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Unofficial copies of recorded documents are available through our online search. For an official copy (without a watermark) or a certified copy, please call our office at (775) 847-0967 or email us.
Copies of Official Records are $1 per page. A certified document is $4 per document for the certification, plus $1 per page. Certified marriage certificates are $15 each.
A 24” x 36” map copy is available in the office for a fee of $2/page.
Credit card payments can be processed over the phone, and the requested document(s) can be mailed or emailed depending on the nature of the request. There is a $2 processing fee on credit card orders under $50 - our full fee schedule can be found here.
The Recorder’s Office is unable to provide forms or advice to enact such changes due to state and federal laws - please contact a title company, attorney, or paralegal.
Additional resources are available, such as Volunteer Attorneys for Rural Nevada (VARN) and the Carson and Rural Elder (CARE) Law Program.
No. The Recorder’s Office does not provide notary services.
Through our online search-currently, our online database starts around 1982, with document images available for each record beginning around July 1, 1988. We are in the process of integrating document images for this time frame. Please call or email us if you are unable to view a record online.
We receive electronically submitted documents through Simplifile, CSC, eRecording Partners Network (EPN), and Indecomm Global Services. A title company, attorney, paralegal, or other professional registered with any of the above eRecording services can further assist.
Otherwise, please visit our office with your original document(s) or mail in your submission with the applicable fees.
Please call or email us with your request. If you have identifying information such as a document number or book and page reference, we can access the document and assist via email or mail. See our fee schedule for copy and certified copy fees.
Documents prior to 1982 are searchable through our Grantor/Grantee indexes. Please call or email us to schedule and office visit to view these indexes.
The Recorder’s Office is unable to generate a full title search - please contact a title company, attorney, or paralegal.
Our online search provides access to Official Records using indexed information. Search terms include Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN), Grantor/Grantee names, document type or legal description. Our online database starts around 1982, with document images available for each record beginning around July 1, 1988.
Documents recorded before 1982 are searchable through our Grantor/Grantee indexes. Please call or email us to schedule an office visit to view these indexes.
Through the Assessor’s Office search, or by calling either of our offices.
Our online search provides access to Official Records including maps and easements using indexed information. Search terms include the Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN), Grantor/Grantee names, document type or legal description. The database starts around 1982, with document images available for each record beginning around July 1, 1988.
No. Due to state and federal laws, we are unable to provide document form types other than the forms listed in our "Standard Forms" section of this website.
When a mortgage or deed of trust is paid off, a reconveyance document is typically sent by the lender to be recorded. To check if this document has been recorded, you can use the online search, call our office, or sign up for Fraud Guard (automatic email alerts when a document is recorded in your name).
Unlike a car, there is no new title or deed sent after paying off the loan.
Copy requests including certified marriages are typically filled within 1-2 days of receiving the request and are returned via First Class Mail through the US Post Office. However, if you would like to expedite the process, you may send your request via overnight mail and include an overnight prepaid envelope for the document to be returned.