General Information On Property Document Records
The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk will close all of its offices to the public effective Monday, March 16 as a precautionary measure to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, I hope you and your loved ones continue to stay safe and healthy out there! The County Recorder is closed, we are closed, the beaches are closed, the parks are closed, the bars are closed--I think everything is closed this weekend. Nevertheless, I hope you hav...

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The Stewart Title of California Buyer and Sellers’ Guide is designed to help homebuyers and sellers understand the process involved in making their transactions run smoothly.

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More About Deeds

A deed is a document by which ownership of real estate property is transferred. This document contains the names of the previous and new owners of the real estate property for which the deed is being prepared, a legal description of the real estate property.

The deed then gets ...

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Quitclaim Deed

The Quitclaim Deed form is a document that allows a person to transfer whatever rights the person has in a piece of real estate to another person. So, if a person owns real estate, a Quitclaim Deed transfers any interest the Grantor may have in the real estate to the Grantee. On t...

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Interspousal Transfer Deed

The Interspousal Transfer Deed form is a document that allows interests in real estate to be transferred between spouses. The Interspousal Transfer Deed form allows you to specify the appropriate exclusion so that the transfer does not trigger a reappraisal of the real...

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eRecording - Grant Deed

The Grant Deed form is a document that allows a person to transfer real estate the person owns to another person.


An important distinction between the Grant Deed form and the Quitclaim Deed form is the covenants or promises being ...

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Correcting Deed

The Correcting Deed form is a document that allows a person to correct certain minor typographical mistakes in a Deed that were not discovered until after the deed was recorded. Depending on the type of Deed you are correcting, you can choose either of the following correcting de...

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Great informational video denoting E-Recordings; The process of electronically recording documents by submitting, receiving and processing documents for recording via the Internet that would otherwise be sent to a county clerk or recorder's office by express mail or courier service.

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6 months ago
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Why Title Insurance?

Title insurance for property owners, called an Owner’s Policy, is usually issued in the amount of the real estate purchase. It is purchased for a one-time fee at closing and is valid for as long as the owner or his heirs have an interest in the property. Only an Owner’s Policy fully protects the buyer should a covered title problem arise with the title that was not found during the title search. Possible hidden title problems can include:·       

Errors or omissions in deeds·       

Mistakes in examining records·       


Undisclosed heirs

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