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Stark County Recorder - Frequently Asked Questions


 

1. What is your mailing address?
 
   
110 Central Plaza S.
Suite 170
Canton, Ohio 44702
 
 

2. What is your delivery address?
 
   
110 Central Plaza S.
Suite 170
Canton, Ohio 44702
 
 

3. Does your county have tract (geographical) indexing?
 
   
No
 
 

4. Does your county require a legal description with releases and assignments?
 
   
No
 
 

5. Does your county require $4.00 for marginal notations on releases and assignments?
 
   
We charge a $4.00 cross reference to enter information into our data bank and view on our cross reference screen.
 
 

6. What do you charge for copies made by the public?
 
   
10 cents per page in the office. Free or no charge off of the web site at www.recorder.starkcountyohio.gov
 
 

7. What do you charge for copies made by the Recorder's Staff?
 
   
$2.00 per page in the office. Free or no charge off of the web site at www.recorder.starkcountyohio.gov
 
 

8. Does your county offer on-line access? If so, is there a cost involved?
 
   
Yes, http://www.starkcountyohio.gov/recorder. No charge.
 
 

9. What is your County Auditor's conveyance fee?
 
   
n/a
 
 

10. What is your County Auditor's transfer fee?
 
   
n/a
 
 

11. Does your county require a SASE or postage?
 
   
Yes
 
 

12. Does your county have Registered Land (Torrens)?
 
   
No
 
 

13. Does your county supply blank forms for purchase?
 
   
No
 
 

14. What is your county's document turn-around time?
 
   
Document turn-around is immediate when filed in the office. 24 hours if received by mail.
 
 

15. Does your office record Soldiers Discharge Records (DD214)?
 
   
Yes
 
 

16. What is your policy for handling documents that are over or under in filing fees?
 
   
We return shortages unrecorded.

We record overages. If an overage is received via mail, we record the document and request an overpayment check from the county auditor's office to be sent directly to the customer.

Per the state auditor, we cannot send cash in the mail. If an overage is received at the counter, the document is recorded and the customer can receive up to $10.00 cash. Anything over $10.00 must be returned to them in an overage check from the auditor. They may also deposit an overage into their escrow account.