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Clerk of Court - Recording Division
4445 Lafayette St / PO Drawer 510, Marianna, Florida 32446 /32447
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
Phone: 850-482-9552
Clerk of Court - Recording Division 4445 Lafayette St / PO Drawer 510, Marianna, Florida, 32446 /32447

 
 
 
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Jackson County Florida Register of Deeds
Jackson County Recorder Information
The Recording Department of the Clerk of Court is responsible for recording and maintaining real property records in Jackson County.
 
Recording Fees
First page: $10.00
Each additional page: $8.50

For indexing instruments recorded in the official records which contain more than four names, per additional name: $1.00

DOCUMENTARY STAMP TAX:
On real estate conveyance, per $100.00 consideration: $0.70
On obligations to pay money, per $100.00 indebtedness: $0.35
Intangible tax on promissory notes, written obligations to pay money (mortgages, etc.): $0.002 x total

Intangible tax, class ‘C’ on all real estate mortgages must be paid before the clerk can accept any mortgage for record. This applies only to mortgages, agreements or contracts for deed, deeds of trust, or other liens pertaining to personal property.

The proper amount of state taxes must be affixed to any instrument before it can be recorded. Space for documentary stamps and clerk’s time stamp should be provided in the body of the instrument. If this space is not provided, an $8.50 charge will apply to make an additional page.

The consideration for the conveyance of an equitable interest in real property pursuant to an agreement or contract for deed includes the amount of any payments made and the unpaid balance of the agreement or contract. Tax is calculated on the full contract price and shall be paid on the contract when made. No stamp tax is due on the recorded deed made when the proper amount of taxes have been paid on the contract. The deed should indicate, by notating on the contract, that the proper amount of tax stamp has been made.
 
Document Formatting Requirements
• Documents should be printed in black ink on paper no larger than 8.5x14 inches.

• If the document is transferring interest in real estate, the grantee(s) mailing address must be listed in the document.

• Certified copies or originals may be recorded.

• The name and address of the person who executed the instrument must appear beneath the signature. The executor of the instrument must also list their post office address. The name and address should appear on the front of the document.

• All signatures must have a corresponding name written beneath them. Signatures for the transfer of any property should be attested by two witnesses. The name of each witness should be stamped, typed, or printed beneath the signatures.

• On the top right hand corner of the first page, include a 3x3 blank space. On each subsequent page, include a 1x3 blank space in the right-hand corner. These margins are reserved for the clerk of the court.

• Grantee(s) name and address must be legibly printed, stamped, or typed on the face of the instrument.

• Warranty deeds must include a space for the property appraiser’s parcel identification number describing the property conveyed. This number, if available, should be entered on the deed before recording.

• On the front of the instrument, include the name and address to whom the instrument should be returned.

• Include a description of the real or personal property, if applicable.

• By law, the total consideration paid for real estate or the amount of tax stamps affixed to the deed must be furnished to the Recording Clerk.
 
 
E-Recording
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