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How do you look up a deed to a property?

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What happens if you can't find the deeds to your house?

If the deeds went missing or were destroyed while in the custody of a law firm or financial institution then, if satisfied with the evidence, the Land Registry will register the property with an absolute title. If not, then it is usually the case that the property will be registered with a possessory title.

How can I find out the owner of a home?

Contact the county tax assessor. If there's a piece of property, someone is paying tax on it or not. Call 411 directory assistance. Consult other public records such as property deeds. Use an online property search tool.

Is property survey a public record?

A property survey is a drawn record of the boundaries, orientation and easements associated with a lot of land. Even if you did not receive a home purchase survey surveys are not mandatory in every state the county clerk, local tax assessor or engineering department may hold a survey or land map on record.

How do I find my property survey?

Visit your jurisdiction's building inspector or the land records office. Many jurisdictions keep surveys on file at the city building inspector's office. You can also get surveys connected with tax maps or half-section maps from the county's land records office -- usually the county assessor.

How do I find my property lines for free?

You can find them on your property deed, on the survey you received when you bought your home, or by using the mapping tools at the county assessor's office. Use your boundary lines to determine where to legally place desired items.

What does a land survey tell you?

A survey can reveal the exact property dimensions, size and location of the home on the property, as well as any other improvements on the land, such as a driveway that may be crossing a property line. A land survey would let you know what regulations may affect your plans.

How do you find out if your name is on a deed?

Visit the county land records department for the property's county if you can't get the information from the tax collector or assessor. The county's land records may be held by the county clerk, the recorder of deeds or the register of deeds. You can go to the county's website to obtain contact information.
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