Are there any liens on my property?

Ohio law does not allow us to perform the research to answer your question. Come in, or send someone, to the Recorder’s office to search the records and determine whether there are liens. A professional title examiner can do this work for you.

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1. Are there any liens on my property?
2. Can I send my documents by mail?
3. Can you change the name on my deed? Can you add a name to my deed?
4. Can you sell me a postage stamp to return my document?
5. Does Ottawa County charge for a marginal notation on a deed?
6. Does the Recorder’s Office sell or provide forms?
7. How can I pay for the recording fee?
8. How much does it cost to record a document?
9. If I call your office on the phone, what information should I have available so that you can help find documents about the property in question?
10. Should I prepare my own document?
11. When I send a deed to be transferred and recorded, may I send one check or money order that includes the total amount for the auditor’s and recorder’s fees?
12. Will you provide copies by mail or email?