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How do you get a copy of a deed?


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Answered 2011-06-23 22:53:04

Deeds and land records are recorded at the town or county land records office where the land is located. Some offices provide an online access to land records. Some provide this service free of charge; others may charge a fee. If there is no online searching available, you can contact the register of deeds office.

Of course, many land records are not available online and many search sites are difficult to use for some people who rarely do land research. You can also visit the land records office in your jurisdiction and the staff will show you how to locate your deed.

In Scotland you can search the Land Registry for Scotland on and offline, this is the same for England and Wales

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