To make changes to ownership of property, a new document must be prepared. Title companies or an attorney may assist you in making the necessary changes. The Recorder's Office does not prepare documents.
If you have only an address, you must contact the Assessor's office for a legal description of the property in order to locate recorded documents.
The Recorder of Deeds office is prohibited by law from conducting lien searches. Our office is responsible only to record documents that meet recording requirements. If you wish to search the records yourself, we will be glad to provide assistance. The Recorder's Office is not the only office where liens on property are filed.
The selling price of real estate is not required on recorded deeds.
First check the original plat of the property and also search the indexes. The Recorder's Office does not maintain separate indexes for easements.
You should receive your original document back within a week.
The State of Missouri does not recognize common-law marriages.
No, Missouri does not allow marriage by proxy. There are only four states in the United States that allow proxy marriages, California, Colorado, Texas and Montana.
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We cannot search records by street address. We need a full legal description; a book and page reference number; name; or document number. To obtain the legal and other information, please check the Greene County Assessor's web page.