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If the document meets the recording requirements, is complete, and the recording fees (PDF) have been paid we will accept your document and make it a matter of permanent public record.
We then key the pertinent information to create an index so that you may locate this document 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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Forms are available at most Title Companies, office supply or stationary stores.
Refer to the Recording Fee Schedule (PDF) or you may call the Recorder’s Office at 928-428-3560.
Your question may be answered in ARS § 33-1101, 33-1102, 33-1103, 33-1104 and 33-1105 and / or by consulting an attorney. For information about Recorder's services, visit the Recorder Page.
Your question may be answered by contacting a title company and/or by consulting an attorney.
You may either come in and do a title search on your own or contact a title company to perform one for you. You may also search records through our “Document Search”.
You need to come in to the Recorder’s Office to search and determine if an affidavit of real property value has been recorded. You may also search records through our “Document Search”.
All records in our office are located by searching our grantor / grantee name index. A title company may also perform one for you. You may also search records through our “Document Search”.
No, please try the Assessor’s parcel search.
Copies of recorded documents can be requested:
All property sales transactions require a completed Affidavit or an exemption number. For more information you may contact the Arizona Department of Revenue at 602-542-4425.
We suggest you contact a title company or an attorney for proper legal advice.
Your questions may be answered in ARS 33-420 and/or by consulting an attorney.
If you currently own this property and the sale was processed through a title company, check in your title policy for Schedule “B”. This should list all easements of record that affect your property. If schedule “B” is not available, you will need one party’s name and approximate date of recording.