What happens to my document when it is presented for recording?
The document is reviewed for document formatting standards. If the document meets the standards and the correct fees have been paid, the document is assigned an Auditor File Number and a bar code label is placed on the document with the number and the date and time of recording. The document is optically scanned. The day after the document is recorded, our data entry staff will index the document so it can be located in the future. Your original document will be returned to the address typed on the document. If the original document is ever lost or misplaced, a certified copy may be obtained from our office.

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1. How do I obtain a process server license?
2. Where do I obtain a business license?
3. Does the recording department supply blank documents of forms?
4. Does the recording department have birth and death certificates?
5. Would the recording department accept the National UCC Form for recordation?
6. Where do I obtain information regarding divorce or probate records?
7. What kinds of documents are recorded in the recording department?
8. What are the recording fees?
9. How do I do a title search?
10. How do I get a copy of my deed?
11. How can I find some information about a house for sale or in foreclosure?
12. What happens to my document when it is presented for recording?
13. I received a document in the mail that says "Reconveyance" or "Substitution of Trustee and Full Reconveyance" on it. What is it?
14. How do I add or remove a name from my property?
15. Are your documents available online?