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The public is able to access documents, such as deeds, birth and death certificates, military discharge records, and others through the register of deeds. There may be a fee to access or copy public records through the register of deeds.
8 Ways To Find The Owner Of A Property Check Your Local Assessors Office. Check With The County Clerk. Go To Your Local Library. Ask A Real Estate Agent. Talk To A Title Company. Use The Internet. Talk To A Lawyer. Knock On Their Door Or Leave A Note.
If your deed is misplaced or lost, a copy may be obtained from the Register of Deeds Office for a fee of $1 per page. If you need a certified copy, we can prepare one for $13.00 per certification.
All of the Massachusetts registries of deeds now offer free online document search capabilities. The main portal for most registries is operated by the Secretary of States Office.
The Register of Deeds Office is where nearly all documents pertaining to real estate are recorded and maintained. Many of these records are publicly accessible under the Kansas Open Records Act (K.S.A. 45-220).
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There are two primary types of legal descriptions: Lot and block descriptions, which are most often associated with subdivisions; and metes and bounds descriptions, which are used for non-subdivision property. Some legal descriptions contain both lot and block and metes and bounds descriptions.
The Deeds Office usually takes 2 3 weeks to process the documents. However, this can fluctuate depending on the process. If things go smoothly it may be done in 7 8 working days, but if there is a bottleneck it can take as long as two months.
This article from an ABA Journal, explains the options provided by a Transfer on Death Deed. Kansas is one of only nine states that allows this option.
If your deed is misplaced or lost, a copy may be obtained from the Register of Deeds Office for a fee of $1 per page. If you need a certified copy, we can prepare one for $13.00 per certification.
The Real Estate Records Department in the County Clerks Office can provide ownership information, as well as various other property characteristics. The County Appraiser values each parcel of property for taxation purposes and maintains appraisal data in the County Tax System.

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