How do I replace a lost deed?

The easiest way to obtain a copy of your deed is through our online database. Certified copies of recorded documents are available from our “Public Access System.” Our records date back to 1784, and you are welcome to search our Public Access System for current and historical documents, including: deeds, mortgages, and satisfactions.  You can access this system from your home or office computer. While our Public Access System works on a tablet or mobile phone, it is most functional on a computer.  

You are also welcome to come into our office and use our public search computers.  

You can request that a copy or certified copy be mailed to you.

See our website for more information about obtaining copies of documents: http://montcopa.org/1682/How-Do-I-Get-Copies.


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1. What are the hours of the office?
2. Where is the office located?
3. How far back do your records go?
4. What are your fees for recording documents?
5. How do I obtain my original deed?
6. Can I obtain information over the telephone?
7. How do I obtain plain or certified copies of documents?
8. Can anyone look at my deed and mortgage?
9. How do I change/add/remove a name on my deed?
10. Is it necessary to remove a deceased spouse's name from my deed?
11. How do I replace a lost deed?
12. If I find a mistake in my deed how do I correct it?
13. Does your office record mobile home park lots?
14. How can I determine the owner of a property?