How do I record a document and how much does it cost?

Documents may be recorded in person at one of the Pinal County Recorder's Offices, by mail or electronically recorded through one of the Pinal County trusted E-Recording partners. If recording by mail, please include the original document and a check or money order for the correct amount, according to the recording fee schedule on the recorder's website. To record your document electronically, contact one of our offices for a list of trusted E-Recording partners.

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1. Where do I obtain a form for recording purposes?
2. How do I change the ownership of a piece of property?
3. What is an Affidavit of Real Property Value?
4. How do I record a document and how much does it cost?
5. How do I find existing easement(s) on my property?
6. What are the requirements for recording a business name?
7. I want to remove my personal information from public record, how do I do it and am I eligible?
8. What happens to my document when it is presented for recording?
9. How do I remove a decedent's name from my deed?
10. Can I search for recorded documents via the Internet?
11. How do I get copies of recorded documents?