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Haskell County Register of Deeds
Haskell County Courthouse 300 South Inman St., Sublette, Kansas 67877
9-12, 1-5
Phone: (620) 675-8343
Haskell County Register of Deeds  Haskell County Courthouse 300 South Inman St.,  Sublette, Kansas,  67877

 
 
 
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Haskell County Kansas Register of Deeds

Haskell County Recorder Information

The recorder in Haskell County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
 

Recording Fees

For recording deeds, mortgages, or other instruments of writing
-for first page (not to exceed legal size page 8 ½" x 14"): $12.00
-for second page and each additional page or fraction thereof: $8.00

Recording town plats, for each page: $23.00

Recording release or assignment of real estate mortgage- for first page: $11.00
Each additional book and page listed: $7.00
For second page and each additional page: $4.00

Certificate, certifying any instrument of record: $4.00
 
Document Formatting Requirements
Every such instrument in writing, certified and recorded in the manner hereinbefore prescribed, shall, from the time of filing the same with the register of deeds for record, impart notice to all persons of the contents thereof; and all subsequent purchasers and mortgagees shall be deemed to purchase with notice.

No such instrument in writing shall be valid, except between the parties thereto, and such as have actual notice thereof, until the same shall be deposited with the register of deeds for record

The Haskell County Register of Deeds office is responsible for recording all transactions related to real estate in the county. When a document is mailed in or presented for recording, the Register of Deeds will first examine it for any apparent errors. It is then given a time, book, and page number and is entered by name and legal description into various indexes.

• Documents should be of sufficient legibility so as to produce a clear and legible reproduction. If a document is judged as insufficiently legible, it shall be accompanied by an exact, but legible, copy which will be recorded contemporaneously with the document and will be counted as additional pages.

• Documents must contain original signatures and proper notarization/acknowledgments in order to be recorded.

• Use letter size (8.5x11 inches) white paper and black ink with a font size of at least 12 point. The maximum size paper accepted is 8.5x14 inches.

• All schedules and exhibits accompanying the deed should be clearly identified and labeled.

• Corresponding names should be typed or printed beneath signatures.

• If sufficient space is not provided for the necessary recording information and certification on a document, such information will be placed on an additional sheet, which will be counted as a page. The maximum size for this stamp is 2.5x7.5 inches. If there is not enough room, the stamp will be placed on the backside of a page, for which additional page fees will apply. A top margin of 3 inches that extends the width of the paper should be large enough to accommodate the recording stamp.

• Immediately below the prescribed space on the first page, provide a document title.

• The grantor and the grantee connected with the real property must be identified in the deed.

• On the first page, provide the name and address of the individual who prepared the document.

• If the Register of Deeds finds that an instrument contains apparent errors, he/she will not record the instrument until the grantee has been notified, if such notification is possible.

• The grantor, grantee, or any other person conveying or receiving real property or other interest in real property shall give the grantee’s last known mailing address to the Register of Deeds upon recording. The Register of Deeds will forward this address to the county clerk, who will make necessary changes in the address records for mailing tax statements.

• Provide a legal description of the real property. This can be in the document or included as an exhibit. City descriptions include a lot, block, and addition or subdivision name. Boundaries indicated by a metes and bounds description should include section, township, and range. If a previously recorded instrument is referenced, the reference book and page should be included.

KANSAS REAL ESTATE SALES VALIDATION QUESTIONNAIRE
Deeds require a one-part Sales Validation Questionnaire form in order to be recorded. A completed Kansas Real Estate Sales Validation Questionnaire should be submitted with each deed presented for recording. The grantor or grantee (or either’s agent) should complete this form.

A list of documents that are exempt from this form can be found on the Kansas Register of Deeds website. If the validation questionnaire is not required due to an exemption, the exemption should be clearly stated on the document being filed.

The Real Estate Validation Questionnaire can be obtained from the Kansas Register of Deeds website.
 
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