How do I find the deed to my property?

The easiest way to locate your deed would be to supply the Register of Deeds Office with the legal description for your property. The staff will then look in the computer or the appropriate numerical land index book for your name to obtain the correct book and page number of your deed. 

If you do not know the legal description of your property the address can be entered into the Appraisers menu of the computer to obtain the correct legal description. Upon locating the book and page number you will then find a copy of your original deed. You may obtain a copy of your deed for a fee. And it can be certified for an additional fee of $13.

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1. What is a deed?
2. Does a deed have to be recorded?
3. What if I lose my deed?
4. How do I find the deed to my property?
5. May I make my own deed?