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Recorder Offices in Jefferson County

Jefferson County Clerk of Superior Court
202 East Broad St., Louisville, Georgia 30434
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Phone: (478) 625-7922
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Jefferson County Georgia Register of Deeds
Jefferson County Recorder Information
The recorder in Jefferson County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
Recording Fees
The transfer tax form must be prepared and filed with all deeds that transfer property. The correct map and parcel number must be provided on the PT-61 form. To prepare a PT-61 form, visit the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority website.

Transfer tax is determined on the basis of the basis of the written disclosure of the consideration or value of the interest in property granted.

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

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.
Document Formatting Requirements
The recording of deeds, mortgages, leases, and other real property documents is handled at the Jefferson County Probate Court.

• Conveyances of property must be recorded in the office of the probate judge in the county in which the property is located.

• All conveyances submitted for recording must be attested by two witnesses.

• The grantor(s) marital status must be listed on the face of a deed.

• A typed, stamped, or handwritten statement should show the name and address of the individual who prepared the document. This should be on the first page. An instrument will be in compliance with this requirement if it contains a statement in the following form: ‘This instrument was prepared by (Name) ________________ (Address) _________________.’
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Supplemental Documents
No supplemental documents at this time.