Some examples of recorded documents are deeds, deeds of trust, notices of completion, declaration of homesteads, and federal tax liens. Other examples are land maps, mining papers, and marriage certificates. All recorded documents are microfilmed for permanent retention. At this time our computer indexes begin around 1983 and are available for searching online.
Recorded documents and maps are Public Records and are available for public viewing at our office. At this time public viewing of the actual document is available online beginning July 1, 1996.
Pursuant to NRS 7.285, the Recorder and Office Personnel are forbidden to practice law, which includes advising what forms are needed, how to fill them out, or giving any other legal advice. Documents to be recorded must be ready to record at the time of submission; the Recorder's Office cannot complete forms!