What are land records?

Land records refer to those record series that may involve real estate. These include documents traditionally recorded in Deed Books and Plat Cabinets, such as Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Authorities to Cancel, Plats, Oil and Gas Leases, and many other documents. The Land Records Division also dockets and indexes judgments and files certain Uniform Commercial Code transactions that are a lien on real estate.

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1. How do I file a civil suit?
2. How do I get a copy of my divorce record?
3. How do I obtain a copy of my DD-214 discharge certificate?
4. How do I obtain copies of records filed with the Chancery Clerk?
5. How do I search land records online?
6. What are the requirements that must be met for a document to be recorded?
7. What does the Chancery Clerk's office accept in payment of recording fees?
8. What if a check for recording fees is not correct?
9. When will the document that I filed with the Chancery Clerk be recorded?
10. Where can the Board of Supervisors’ minutes be found?
11. Where do I pay my delinquent taxes?
12. Where do I get information regarding properties sold at the tax sale, maturing tax sale properties, etc.?
13. What are land records?
14. Are land records open to the public?
15. How far back do the records of the Chancery Clerk's office date?
16. Does the Chancery Clerk's office have blank forms for land records related to documents?