Home Up Fees Services Requirements

Recorder's Office
 
   














 

 

 

 

Yvonne Hughes          phone:  (812) 897-6165

   Recorder                                  fax:         (812) 897-6168      

 

Warrick County Recorder

One County Square, Suite 230

P.O. Box 285

Boonville, IN 47601

Welcome to our Web-site.  The elected office of County Recorder was the first Constitutional Office adopted in the State of Indiana in 1816.  Warrick County has been keeping records for over 190 years.   

Records:

Documents 1994-to Present on-line 24-7

Documents 1968-1994 Available Computer & Aperture Cards

1817-1968 Historical Books

 

As a part of an ongoing long term plan to make this office more available, user-friendly, accessible, and secure I have implemented the following:

·        Social Security numbers redacted on computer storage

·        Veteran Records not publicly accessible

·        TAPESTRY searches and printing online 24x7 (March 08)

·        LAREDO subscription services available 24-7 for access to documents

·        New image and data servers with backup (06)

·        Upgraded public workstations in the office (06)

·        PROPERTY FRAUD ALERTavailable at no cost to Warrick County Residents

 

 

Now LAND RECORDS online

TAPESTRY (FOR THE OCCASIONAL USER)

Land records are now available 24x7 direct from Warrick County via the Internet.  All you need is a web browser.  TAPESTRY’S pay-as-you-go method offers flexible payment terms.  Occasional users can enter a credit card into a secure site or if you anticipate using TAPESTRY on a frequent basis, sign-up as a billable member.  Click on our TAPESTRY LINK or go to www.landrecords.net and select IN Warrick County for search.

LAREDO (FOR THE MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION USER)   

We now have online the exact same system that is available on workstations at the recorder’s office.  Real time access 24x7.  Search from the convenience of your home or office and print copies as needed.  Plans start at $50.00 a month to those available with unlimited usage.

Property Fraud Alert

“PFA” is a FREE, internet-based system that alerts the subscribers, via e-mail or phone, of recording activity on their property. This service is FREE to ALL Warrick County property owners. Click on the PFA LINK or go to www.propertyfraudalert.com/warrickin to sign up today. Additional information is available at 897-6165 or 800-728-3858.

 

Additional ALERT:  You may obtain a copy of your deed for only $1.00 per page.  There are some companies that are sending letters offering to provide copies of your deed for fees ranging from $50.00 to $119.00.  The official-looking letters appear to be from a governmental agency.  The letters are NOT from a state or federal agency.  If in doubt please call my office. 

 

My staff and I are here to serve you whether you are recording your recent purchase, researching your data, or tracing a family history.

Please call or visit our office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Recorder's Fee Schedule

Recording Fees as Required by State Statute:

(1)

DEEDS, not exceeding 8.5"X14"

$16.00

 

Each Additional Page, not exceeding "8.5"X14"

2.00

(2)

MORTGAGES, not exceeding 8.5"X14"

Each additional page, not exceeding 8.5"X14"

14.00

2.00

(3)

AFFIDAVITS/OTHER DOCUMENTS, not exceeding 8.5"X14”

11.00

 

Each Additional Page, not exceeding 8.5"X14"

2.00

(4)

EACH RELEASE/PARTIAL RELEASE/ASSIGNMENT, not

exceeding 8.5"X14"

12.00

 

Each Additional Page, not exceeding 8.5"X14"

2.00

 

No marginal releases
No blanket documents

 

(5)

Any Document exceeding 8.5"X14"

20.00

 

Each Additional Page exceeding 8.5"X14"

5.00

(6)

MECHANICS LIEN with one first-class mailing

13.00

 

Each Additional Page and/or mailing

2.00

(7)

NON-CONFORMING DOCUMENT, charge per page

1.00

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL SERVICES:

 

(8)

EACH CROSS REFERENCE of a recorded document

1.00

(9)

Furnishing photographic copies, per page

1.00

 

Copies larger than 8.5"X14", per page

2.00

(10)

Certifying a copy of a recorded document

5.00

 (11)

Oversize plat copy, per page                                                                

2.00

 UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODES

 

Financing Statement, 2 pages or less

9.00

Financing Statement, 3 pages or more

13.00

Amendment, 2 pages or less

9.00

Amendment, 3 pages or more

13.00

Search, one name

Search, each additional name

10.00

5.00

 

A full two (2) inch margin at the top of the first and last page and a one (1) inch bottom margin on all other pages, of any document to be recorded, are required.

 For non-conforming pages see additional cost above per state statue item #7.

 

 1.  EFFECTIVE July 1, 2006: The following “Affirmation Statement” must be included on all documents executed or acknowledged (notarized) in Indiana and recorded in Indiana under the "Prepared By" statement on the last page.

 "I affirm, under penalties for perjury, that I have taken reasonable care to redact each social security number in this document, unless required by law."

___________________

Printed Name 

_________________________________________________________

 

EFFECTIVE  July 1, 2007: A Conveyance (deed) must have three (3) addresses listed separately at the end of the document below the Affirmation Statement

a.      Address of the Grantee (actual street address required; no P.O. Box number accepted)

b.      Tax Statement Mailing Address

c.       Common Address of Property

 

In addition it is suggested the “Tax I.D. number be placed on the document as well

_______________________________________________________________

 

A postage paid, self-addressed envelope sufficient to contain documents must be included for document return. Otherwise documents may be held at our office for pickup.

________________________________________________________________

 

Effective May 15, 2007 Military Discharges:

Discharge Records (DD214s) are now confidential and not public record.  Certified copies may be issued to a restricted list of individuals.  For detailed requirements and restrictions please contact this office.

 

Effective 7-01-01, all financing statements involving personal property are to be filed at the Indiana Secretary of State's Office. Failure to file in the proper office may affect the perfection of the filing.

 


 

 

 

 

 

last updated January 11, 2013