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Recorder Offices in Obion County

Obion County Register Of Deeds
300 Bill Burnett Circle, Union City, Tennessee 38261
8:00am to 4:30pm.M-F
Phone: (731) 885-9351
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Obion County Tennessee Register of Deeds
Obion County Recorder Information
The recorder in Obion County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
Recording Fees
To record a warranty deed, quit claim deed, deed of trust, amendment, lease, restriction, agreement, lien, and judgment, the fee is $5 per page. There is a $2 computer fund charge. When state tax is paid for a recorded document, there is a $1 probate fee. The minimum amount charged to record one of the above-mentioned items is $10.

Transfer taxes are due upon recording. The current state transfer tax rate for deeds is $3.70 per $1,000 of consideration. Conveyances must state the total value or consideration (whichever is greater).

If you need further information on recording fees, contact the Obion County register of deeds at (731) 885-9351.
Document Formatting Requirements
The register of deeds in Obion County, Tennessee is responsible for recording real property documents for the county.


• Documents can be submitted on 8.5x11 inch white paper or 8.5x14 inch white paper. Submit originals or certified copies of originals.

• The first page of the document shall have a top margin of 3 inches, a bottom margin of 3 inches, and 1 inch side margins. All other margins can be 1 inch.

• All proper parties must sign the document and have their signatures notarized. The notary acknowledgment must have the names of the parties who have signed the document, the signature of the notary, a notary seal, a corporate or individual acknowledgment, the date of acknowledgment, and the notary expiration date.

• Deeds must contain a recital designating the deed, will, court decree, or other source from which the grantor received the equitable interest. If the source of equitable interest is a deed or other previously recorded instrument, the new document shall give the type of instrument, office, book, and page number. If no
such instrument has been recorded, this shall be stated on the deed.

• Include the name and address of the property owner, as well as the name and address of the person or entity responsible for the payment of real property taxes.

• The name and address of the preparer of the instrument should be on the first page.

• The name and address of the grantee is required to be submitted on a real estate deed.

• At the end of the legal description of the property, include the name, license number, and address of the surveyor who prepared the boundary survey from which the description was prepared.

• Include the tax assessor’s parcel number of the property.

• A notarized Oath of Consideration must also be filled out. This form needs to be signed and submitted with the deed.
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Supplemental Documents

Affidavit of Value