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Bingham County, Idaho

Recorder Offices


Bingham County Clerk and Recorder

501 North Maple St, Rm 205, Blackfoot, Idaho 83221

8:00am-5:00pm M-F / Recording until 4:00pm

Phone: (208) 782-3163


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Idaho - Bingham County Recorder Information

The County Clerk is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property located in Bingham County.

Recording Fees

For recording each of the following types of instruments, provided such instrument is thirty (30) pages or less:

Deeds, grants and conveyances of real property $15.00

Trust deeds or mortgages of real property, including fixture filings (UCC mortgages),
security agreements and assignments of leases and rents if contained within the same
instrument for recording $45.00 for first 30 pages, then $3.00 for each additional page

Reconveyances of trust deeds, including a substitution of trustee if contained within
the same instrument for recording, and releases of mortgages $15.00

Powers of Attorney $25.00

Surveys - Recording Fees: $5.00 per survey
Copies of Recorded Surveys: $4.00 per survey page

All OTHER DOCUMENTS $10.00 first page, $3.00 each additional page (Letter & Legal sizes)

COPIES OF RECORDED DOCUMENTS
Per page $1.00
Certification of copy per document $1.00
Conformed document per page (originals only) $0.50

Document Formatting Requirements

1. A conveyance of an estate in property can be made in writing, subscribed by the grantor or his agent. Proof of the execution of the instrument, when it is not acknowledged, may be made either by the parties executing it or by subscribing witnesses.

2. The name and complete mailing address of the grantee should be provided on the instrument.

3. When an attorney in fact executes an instrument transferring an estate in real property, he must subscribe the name of the principal to the instrument, and his own name as attorney in fact.

4. The recorder is required to endorse the fee for the recording of the instrument onto the instrument itself. The statutes do not provide specifics as to where on the instrument this information should be placed.

5. If sending in multiple documents to be recorded, it is helpful provide instructions on the order of recording.

A summary of an instrument creating an interest in or affecting the title to or possession of real property can be recorded if requirements set forth in the Idaho Code are substantially met. The summary instrument must be signed and acknowledged by all parties to the original instrument. The summary should clearly state: the names of the parties to the original, the complete mailing address of the grantee, the title and date of the instrument, a description of the interest in real property created by the instrument, and the legal description of the real property. Additional elements of the transaction may be stated in the summary. If the requirements are substantially met, the summary may be recorded, and as to the contents of the summary only, it shall have the same force and effect as if the original instrument had been recorded. Constructive notice will be deemed to be given concerning the contents of the summary and the existence of the instrument to any subsequent purchasers, mortgagees, or other persons or entities that acquire an interest in the property.

A conveyance of real property that has been acknowledged or proved, certified, and recorded as required by law is, from the time it is filed with the recorder for record, is constructive notice of the contents to all subsequent purchasers and mortgagees.

Every conveyance of real property that is acknowledged or proved, certified, and recorded and which is executed by one who thereafter acquires an interest in said real property by a conveyance which is constructive notice is, from the time the latter conveyance is recorded, constructive notice of the contents to subsequent purchasers and mortgagees.

If a conveyance of real property other than a lease for a term not exceeding one year is not recorded as required, it is void as against any subsequent purchaser and mortgagee of the same property or a portion of the property, in good faith and for a valuable consideration, whose conveyance is first duly recorded.
If left unrecorded, a conveyance is valid as between the parties to it and those who have notice of it.