Ohio Recorders Association

 

Ohio Recorders Association

 

 

Erie County Recorder

BARBARA SESSLER
247 Columbus Avenue
Room 225
Sandusky, OH 44870

Phone: 419-627-7684 or
419-627-7685
Fax: 419-627-6639

Email: bsessler@eriecounty.oh.gov

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00-4:00

On Line Search: http://erecorder.eriecounty.oh.gov/oncoreweb/

E-Recording
For more information on submitting E-Recordings please contact the Recorder’s office at 419-627-7684 or 419-627-7685

*ATTENTION: Erie county will no longer accept mail in deeds, or any type of document that must be seen by the auditor’s office prior to recording.

FAQ:

1. What is your mailing address?

247 Columbus Ave.
Room 225
Sandusky, Ohio 44870

2. What is your delivery address?

247 Columbus Ave.
Room 225
Sandusky, Ohio 44870

3. Does your county have tract (geographical) indexing?

No

4. Does your county require a legal description with releases and assignments?

No – Only with Partial Releases

5. Does your county require $4.00 for marginal notations on releases and assignments?

Yes we now require $4.00 for marginal notations on releases and assignments.

6. What do you charge for copies made by the public?

.10 cents

7. What do you charge for copies made by the Recorder's Staff?

$1.00 for images copies
$2.00 if made from the film by our staff

8. Does your county offer on-line access? If so, is there a cost involved?
9. What is your County Auditor's conveyance fee?

$4.00 per thousand

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

50 cents per parcel

11. Does your county require a SASE or postage?

No, but we ask you to include it

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?

Next day by noon

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?

With shortages, we call the individual and give them time to over nite any money shortages.

Overages are returned unrecorded.