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Gwinnett County Clerk Of Court
75 Langley Drive / PO Box 2050, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046
8:00am-5:00pm M-F
Phone: 770-822-8100
Gwinnett County Clerk Of Court   75 Langley Drive / PO Box 2050, Lawrenceville, Georgia, 30046

 
 
 
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Gwinnett County Georgia Register of Deeds

Gwinnett County Recorder Information

The Clerk of Courts is responsible for recording and maintaining real property records in Gwinnett County.
 

Recording Fees

Filing all instruments pertaining to real estate including deeds, deeds of trust, affidavits, releases, notices and certificates, and cancellation of deeds:
First page: $10.00
Each additional page: $2.00
Each cross-reference: $2.00

Miscellaneous fees:
Recording any instrument or writing, fee not otherwise specified, first page: $5.00
Each additional page: $2.00
Each additional cross-indexed entry: $2.00

The clerk of superior court shall not be required to refund excess sums tendered to the clerk as payment of costs or fees enumerated in this Code section (15-6-77) when such payment exceeds the amount required by this Code section by less than $15.00.

Only cash or checks are currently accepted. Separate checks for fees, transfer tax, and intangible tax required.
 
Document Formatting Requirements
• Unless it is a corrective deed, all warranty deeds require a PT-61. Unless exempt, the transfer tax payment is due at the time of recording. The PT-61 form can be accessed on the GSCCCA website.

• A real property deed must be in writing, signed by the maker, and attested by at least two witnesses.

• No prescribed form is essential to the validity of a deed to lands. If the deed can sufficiently make known the transaction between the parties, no want of form will invalidate it.

• For a purchaser filing a quit claim deed, in all cases where property is redeemed, the purchaser at the tax sale should make a quit claim deed to the defendant. The quit claim deed needs to include the name of the person who paid the redemption money, and the capacity in which the claim or right of interest pursuant to which the redemption money was paid.
 
 
 
E-Recording
We may be able to e-record your deed documents in Gwinnett County, Click Here for more information.
 
Supplemental Documents

Notary Certificates