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The original subdivision plan on paper or mylar. It must be signed and notarized by the property owners. It must also be signed by the local township within 90 days, and signed by the York County Planning Commission. It also needs certified by parcel certification, located in the assessment office.
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In-person, through the mail, or through Simplifile or Ingeo. All documents require a self-addressed, stamped envelope to return them, and a check/cash for the recording fee. The documents must first go into the Assessment Office, where the parcel number is certified. Then the documents must go to the Recorder's office for recordation and collection of fees.
Anywhere from four to eight weeks after being recorded, based on work load. The documents must be scanned, proofed, indexed, and verified before being returned.
York County does not require separate checks for transfer taxes. One check may be used, or you can use three checks. Whichever you prefer.
In the event of misplacing the original, it is a good idea to record it. You can receive up to three certified copies, and must present photo identification in order to receive those copies. It is free of charge to record.
Over 50 different documents. Please review our fee schedule page for a complete list and price of recordable documents.
No. Document must have original signatures and notary stamps. A certified document from another county (not York County) can be recorded.