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Recorder Offices in Calhoun County

Calhoun County Judge of Probate, Recording Division
1702 Noble Street, Suite 102, Anniston, Alabama 36201
8:30 to 4:30 M-F
Phone: (256) 241-2825
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Calhoun County Alabama Register of Deeds
Calhoun County Recorder Information
The recorder in Calhoun County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
Recording Fees
$13.00 First Page (includes certification, indexing, page and mental health fees)
$ 3.00 Each additional page
No charge for first two (2) names
$1.00 each after two (2).
*** Additional fee for indexing each name in excess of two entries in the direct index or two entries in the reverse index.
Additional fee for releasing more than one book and page number. ***

Mortgage Tax (round up to next $100)
$0.15 per $100

Deed Tax (round up to the next $500) ***
$0.50 per $500
*** Include a note stating the value of the property or its full purchase price***

Please call the Probate Office at 256-241-2825 if you have any questions or problems computing your fees, or any unusual documents to record.
Document Formatting Requirements
• Instrument prepared by: Instrument must show the name and address of the preparer. This can be done in the following format: ‘This instrument prepared by NAME and ADDRESS.’
• The marital status of grantors or mortgagors is required to be given on all real property documents.
• The complete name and address of the grantee is required to be given on documents.
• A complete legal description of the real property, including plat book or the section, township, and range should be given. Any instrument attempting to transfer any interest in land will not be recorded if the instrument describes the land by reference to a plat but does not have the plat attached to the instrument or if the instrument does not describe the plat book or office in which it is located.
• Documents containing multiple pages should not be stapled.
• Originals or certified copies can be submitted.
• All documents of conveyance need to be in writing, attested by two witnesses, and signed by the contracting party or his agent. If he is unable to sign his name, it may be written for him with the words ‘his mark’ written next to his name.
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Supplemental Documents

Non-Resident Withholding Forms