How do I obtain a copy of my deed, deed of trust/mortgage, power of attorney, etc.?

You may stop by the Register of Deeds office to obtain a copy for a fee of $0.50 per page. You need to know the name the property is in and the approximate year it was purchased or recorded.

For a deed of trust/mortgage, you need to know the Grantor. For a power of attorney, you need to know either the grantor or grantee and the approximate year of recording.

Certified copies are $5 for the first page and $2 for each additional page.

If you know the Book and page of the documents, you may request it by mail.

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1. What is the procedure for recording a deed?
2. What is the procedure for recording a deed of trust/mortgage?
3. What is the recording fee for power of attorney, etc.?
4. How do I obtain a copy of my deed, deed of trust/mortgage, power of attorney, etc.?
5. Can the Register of Deeds tell me who owns a property at a specific address?
6. Can anyone access the information contained in the Register of Deeds office?