Recording a Document
The Office of the Assessor-Recorder is responsible for recording documents and maintaining those public records. Over 400 different types of documents are recorded annually, including documents like deeds of trust, reconveyances, liens, and public marriage licenses.
How to Record a DocumentThere are three ways you can record a document with our Office.
Recording RequirementsThere are certain requirements that must be observed for all documents to be recorded with our Office.
Transfer TaxTransfer tax is collected by our office when a document transferring title to land or real property (e.g., a Grant Deed) is recorded.
Recording FeesOn this page, you will find the fees associated with recording documents at our office. Fees may vary depending on particular documents. Please be sure to review the fee schedule.