Recorder of Deeds
The Carbon County Recorder of Deeds office is a County government office which is run by the Recorder of Deeds, an elected official, and his/her staff.
The basic operation of this office is very important for preserving and maintaining all land records, which include, but are not limited to:
Deeds: a document which is recorded to show ownership of property.
Mortgages: a document which is recorded when an owner borrows money against their property.
Easements and Right-of-Ways: a document which is recorded to allow any person or company the right to go over or under your property.
Most documents recorded in this office pertain to property. The documents will all be copied and scanned into our computer system. After the documents are scanned into the system, the process is to index (type all the information from the document in to the system) information. Verification is the last step taken. This is a process in which all the information that has been typed into the system is printed out and someone double checks the document with the print out to avoid any errors in typing. Once a document is marked verified, the computer now stores the information and when enough documents have been recorded and scanned into the system, the computer will ask you to write a disc to save the information as an extra backup. The state archives have not yet approved a computer as a means of accurate storage, so in order to abide by state law; we have to write one extra disc which is sent out to a company to be transferred onto a microfilm. This type of storage is allowed by the state.
The recorder of deeds also will assist the public in obtaining copies of their documents which they have misplaced or lost. We can also help you trace back your property and all the previous owners and purchase price of the property.
Other documents which are recorded in our office are notary bonds and commissions, veteran's discharges, financing statements, elected officials bonds, satisfactions of mortgages, release of mortgages, and power of attorney.
Contact Recorder of Deeds
|Recorder of Deeds||Emmett McCall|
Carbon County Recorder of Deeds
|Office Hours||8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Additional Contacts||Anita Dietrich - 1st Deputy
Shelly Kurdziel - 2nd Deputy
Joyce Nalesnik - Coordinator of Records
Effective Date: August 8, 2014
Updated: July 23, 2014
All documents listed below will include the parcel certification fee, effective June 30, 2005.
All documents listed below are up to 4 pages, 4 names, 4 parcels.
|Assignment of Mortgage||64.00|
|Release of Mortgage||64.00|
|Assignment of Rents & Leases||28.50|
|Easement or Right of Way||64.00|
|Highway Occupancy Permits||28.50|
|Declaration of Taking||28.50|
|Action to Quiet Title||64.00|
|Order of Court||28.50|
|Agreement of Sale||64.00|
|Long Term Agreement of Sale||62.00|
|Subdivision Map (first page) (pages over one are 3.00 extra per page)||28.50|
|General Power of Attorney||18.50|
|Miscellaneous Documents (that would require a parcel#)||28.50|
|Miscellaneous Documents (that do not require a parcel#)||18.50|
|Notary Public Bond and Commission||35.50|
|Deeds (Pages over four)||4.00 Per Page|
|Mortgages (pages over four)||4.00 Per Page|
|Other Documents (pages over four)||2.00 Per Page|
|Names Over four||0.50 Per Name|
|Parcels over four||0.50 Per Parcel|
|Copies||0.50 Per Page|
|Certification of Document||1.50 Per Document|
|Rejection Fee||5.00 Per Document|
|Secured Transaction - Standard Form||105.00|
|Release - Standard Form||105.00|
|Assignment - Standard Form||105.00|
|Continuation - Standard Form||105.00|
|Amendment - Standard Form||105.00|
|Termination - Standard form||105.00|
|Non-Standard Forms are no Longer Acceptable|
|Preferential Assessment (clean and green act)|
|Preferential Assessment Application||28.50|
|Preferential Assessment Breach||28.50|
|Preferential Assessment Application Amendment||28.50|