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The recorder in Navajo County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
The Navajo County Recorder's Office is comprised of the recording division which includes voter registration, voter outreach and early voting. Responsibilities in the Recorder's Office include recording and maintaining, for permanent public record all documents presented for recording, including electronic recordings. All documents are handled in a timely manner and are easily accessible to the public.
All Documents (except plats and surveys): $30.00
Plats and Surveys (first page): $24.00
Each additional page: $20.00
Government Agency Rates:
All Documents (except plats and surveys): $15.00
Plats and Surveys (first page): $14.00
Each additional page: $10.00
PLEASE NOTE -- A.R.S. 11-475 now requires:
A person recording a deed of trust or mortgage constructed for at least one family but not more than four families shall include "RESIDENTIAL 1-4" in the caption heading on the first page of each document. Failure to comply with this subsection does not affect the validity of the document or the validity of the recording of the document.
* Documents may be on white paper no larger than 8.5 x 14 inches. Black or dark ink should be used with a font size of at least 10 point.
* At the top of the first page of a document, there should be a 2 inch margin. This area is used for the recorder's information. In the upper left of the first page, the top 3.5 inches may be used to show the name of the person requesting the recording, as well as the name and address to which the document should be returned after recording.
* All other margins should be at least .5 of an inch on the top, sides, and bottom.
* Documents must be originals or certified copies of originals.
* Signatures contained in document must be originals or carbon copies of originals.
* Each document submitted should have a caption or title that briefly explains the nature of the document (i.e. warranty deed, quit claim deed).
* For documents modifying previously recorded documents, they must state the recording date, docket and page, or sequence number of previously recorded document.
* Deeds of conveyance must be signed by the grantor, and should be duly acknowledged.
* The grantee's name and address should be given on the deed, unless exempt.
* All documents that are evidencing a transfer of real property must be accompanied by an affidavit of property value in order to be recorded.
* If a document is claiming an exemption from the affidavit of property value, the exemption code must be listed on the face of the deed. Exemption codes are on the back of the affidavit of property value form. The form can be found on the Arizona Department of Revenue webpage.
* The buyer and seller must both sign the affidavit of property value form. This form should also be notarized.