Clark County Recorder's Office

A recorder, sometimes called the registrar of deeds, is a government official responsible for maintaining public records and documents, especially records relating to real estate ownership such as real estate deeds and mortgages.

The recorder of deeds provides a single location in which records of real property rights are recorded and may be researched by interested parties. Documents regularly recorded by the recorder of deeds include deeds, mortgages, mechanic's liens, releases, and plats, among others. To allow full access to deeds recorded throughout the years, several indexes may be maintained, which include granter-grantee indexes, tract indexes, and plat maps. Storage methods to for registry entries include paper, micro form, and computer.

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The Types of documents secured by the Recorder's office:

  • home mortgages & real estate transactions
  • military discharge documentation (not for public record)
  • mining information
  • business names
  • personal bonds
  • liens, leases and subdivision plots 

Contact the Recorder's Office

Zach Payne, Clark County Recorder
Clark County Government Building
501 E. Court Avenue, Room #105
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

P 812.285.6235
F 812.258.2560

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm