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Livingston Parish, Louisiana

Recorder Offices


Clerk of Court - Main Office

Courthouse - 20300 Government Blvd, 1st floor / PO Box 1150, Livingston, Louisiana 70754

8:00 to 4:30 M-F

Phone: (225) 686-2216


Denham Springs Branch - Closed due to flooding and construction

133 Aspen Sq, Suite C , Denham Springs, Louisiana 70726

8:00 to 4:30 M-F

Phone: (225) 686-2216


Register of Deeds

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Louisiana - Livingston Parish Recorder Information

The Recording Department of the Clerk of Court is responsible for recording and maintaining real property records in Livingston Parish.

Recording Fees

Pages 1-5 $125.00 (inc. 1 certified copy)
Pages 6-25 $225.00 (inc. 1 certified copy)
Pages 26-50 $325.00 (inc. 1 certified copy)
Copies (per page) $1.00
Certified copies (each) $10.00
Conformed copies (each) $5.00

Indexing Fees:
First ten names (per book) Included
Each additional name (per book) $5

Non-standard documents: $10.00 in addition to recording fees for documents that are not in compliance with the recording standards (La.R.S. 13:844(D)).

NOTE: If the instrument must be recorded in both conveyance and mortgage record, then the recording fee will be twice the amount less $5.00 LCRAA fee)

Recording fees are subject to change without notice. For the most current fees and further information, contact the local office directly.

Document Formatting Requirements

* Documents should have a title on the first page that explains the type of act it is (mortgage, quit claim deed, etc.)

* On the first page, a 2-inch margin should be at the top of the page and a 1-inch margin on the bottom. On all subsequent pages, the margins should be 1 inch on all sides.

* The font size should be no smaller than 8 point font.

* The Clerk of Courts does not return original documents. At the time of filing, the submitting party can request a certified copy.

The transfer of real property in Louisiana follows the general requirement of an authentic act. An authentic act is a writing executed before a notary public or other officer authorized to perform that function, in the presence of two witnesses, and signed by each party who executed it, by each witness, and by each notary public before whom it was executed.

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