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how do you get a copy of the deed

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  • December 27 2010 - Cincinnati
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Jane,

Details if you are in Clermont County

Clermont County Recorder 
101 Main St.
Batavia, Ohio 45103-2958

Phone

Office:   513-732-7236
Fax:   513-732-7891

Office Hours

8:00 to 4:30 PM Documents presented after 4:15 PM will be processed on the next business day.

Good Luck

  • May 08 2011
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If you live in Hamilton County, the Recorders office is located at 138 East Court Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (downtown across from the court house) and they are open from 8 am - 4 pm Monday thru Friday. You can just walk in and request copies of any document on file there, the cost is usually $2. The same is true in Butler and Warren counties, just look up the County Recorder's address online.
  • April 28 2011
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The county, the closing attorney's office, or a title clerk should all be able to help you get a copy of the deed.
  • December 28 2010
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The Hamilton County Recorder's Office is the recorder of deeds. Call them at (513) 946-4600.
  • December 27 2010
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County recorder.

 

Or just call up a local title company in your area.  They have the tools to pull up a recorded deed in minutes at probably no charge.

  • December 27 2010
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For a house you own or one you are looking to buy?

The registry of deeds should allow you to look at any deed that is registered.

One time I was looking at a house for sale. The realtor got me a copy of the deed. The deed was so imprecise (go back no direction or to what for a stated distance) that I decided not to buy the place. Even the next door neighbor had no idea where the lines really were. The only way to fix it would be to have the neighbors on each side all agree to write up new more precise deeds. I bet I know who would have had to pay for that, and I did not want to.
  • December 27 2010
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