What happens to my document when it is presented for recording?
  • If the document(s) meets the statutory form requirements, is complete, and the proper fees have been paid, we will accept your document and make it a matter of permanent public record. Please review ARS 11-480 for form requirements and information.
  • Our data entry department will key the pertinent information to create an index so that you may search and locate this record by name on the Recorder's website.
  • The document is optically scanned for public viewing.
  •  Documents are also microfilmed to meet State archival requirements.
  • Your original document will be returned to the address typed on the document.
  • If the original document is ever lost or misplaced, a certified copy may be obtained from our office.

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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?