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How much are recording fees in Oregon?

For most documents, the recording fee is $81.00 for the first page of the document and $5.00 for each additional page.

How do I get a copy of my marriage certificate in Clackamas County?

You may purchase a certified copy of the official record through the office of the Clackamas County Clerk Recording Division or through the Oregon Center for Health Statistics. Certified Copies will be available after the marriage has been performed and the license has been returned to our office for recording.

How do I find out who owns a property in Clackamas County?

For owner information, please contact Assessment & Taxation at [email protected] or 503-655-8671.

What is a real property document?

The most common documents are related to mortgages, deeds, easements, foreclosures, estoppels, leases, licenses, and fees, among other kinds of documents. The most important real estate documents list ownership, encumbrances, and lien priority. These are used to maintain proper real estate transactions.

How much does it cost to file a quitclaim deed in Oregon?

Deed Records

Document Type Fee as of June 4, 2018
Warranty Deed $108.00 + $5.00 ea add’l page
Quitclaim Deed $108.00 + $5.00 ea add’l page
Bargain and Sale Deed $108.00 + $5.00 ea add’l page
Power of Attorney $78.00 + $5.00 ea add’l page

Who pays recording fees in Oregon?

Government recording charges are fees assessed by state and local government agencies. These fees are for legally recording your deed, mortgage and documents related to your home loan. Either a buyer or a seller may pay these fees.

How do I get a copy of my marriage certificate in Oregon?

Call 1-888-896-4988, 24/7. Payment by credit/debit card only. Nonrefundable $44.95 fee for one record search. $25 for additional copies of the same record ordered at the same time.

Are Oregon marriage records public?

Oregon Marriage Records are not public information but are restricted to selected persons until 50 years after the date of the marriage.

What are the boundaries of Clackamas County?

Clackamas County, in north central Oregon, is one of the four counties that make up the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. It is bounded by Multnomah County to the north, Wasco County to the east, Marion County to the south, and Yamhill and Washington counties to the west.

How do you prove ownership of a property?

Proving Ownership. Get a copy of the deed to the property. The easiest way to prove your ownership of a house is with a title deed or grant deed that has your name on it. Deeds typically are filed in the recorder’s office of the county where the property is located.