Recorder’s Office

Recorder  


 

The elective office of County Recorder was the first local office created by the Constitution of the State of Indiana in 1816. It is the primary duty of county recorders to record instruments submitted for recording and maintain those records for perpetuity. Documents for statistical record keeping purposes fall into four categories: deeds and other conveyances, mortgages and other liens and their releases, miscellaneous documents, and uniform commercial code documents.  Marshall County records are all digitized with indexing complete back to 1960.

 

Mission –  Marshall County Recorder’s Office mission is to accurately record and preserve the history of our wonderful county.  We desire to do that with the latest technology, the professionalism and the courtesy that our customers deserve.

 

Per IC Code 36-2-7.5 this statement must appear on any document executed in the                   State of Indiana:
“I affirm, under the penalties for perjury, that I have taken responsible care to redact each Social Security Number in this document, unless required by law           .”    Printed name must follow statement.

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