How can I determine the owner of a property?

Our records are indexed by name, not location.  Our records will list all the ground owned by an individual or company/organization. You can search our current and historical deed databases on our website:  To find out who owns a certain lot address, you can search the Board of Assessment Appeals property records online or locate the lot address on the tax map in their office. The Board of Assessment will then be able to tell you who the owner is as well as the book and page number for reference.

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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 cemetery plots?
14. Does your office record mobile home park lots?
15. How do I check for liens against my property?
16. How can I determine the owner of a property?