How do I get all of the recorded documents on a property?

The Recorder’s Office is unable to generate a full title search - please contact a title company, attorney, or paralegal. 

Our online search provides access to Official Records using indexed information.  Currently, our online database starts around 1982 - records prior to this date can be searched in office or online through our Historical Index Search.  Please call or email us to schedule an office visit to view these indexes. 

Examples of search terms include Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN), Grantor/Grantee names, document type, date range, or legal description. We are in the process of integrating document images for this time frame, please call us at (775) 847-0967 or email if you are unable to view a record online. 

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1. How do I obtain a copy of my Deed or another recorded document?
2. How much do copies cost?
3. How do I add or remove a name from my property?
4. Is there a notary in the Recorder’s Office?
5. Where can I search records?
6. How do I electronically record (eRecord) documents?
7. What if the documents I need pre-date your online search of 1982?
8. How do I get all of the recorded documents on a property?
9. How can I find out who owns a property?
10. How do I search for maps or easements on my property?
11. Are document forms/templates available through the Recorder’s Office?
12. I just paid off my mortgage. What happens next?
13. I need my copies ASAP. Do you expedite?
14. Should I use the Public Records Request form to locate copies of recorded documents?