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Recorder information for North Dakota. Real property records are maintained by the recorder in the County where the property is situated.
Real estate deeds that transfer property in North Dakota can be recorded to provide constructive notice of the transfer. In most cases deed documents are recorded in the County where the property is located.
In order to record a real estate deed in North Dakota all grantees must include their mailing addresses on the deed. This is a state statute, not a recorder's requirement.
North Dakota Statute:
47-19-05. Recording of deed - Post-office and street address of grantee must be shown.
No deed in which real estate is described shall be received for record by any recorder in this state if the post-office address, and any known or existing street address if within the corporate boundaries of a city, of each grantee named in such deed is not shown. Failure to have included any address on a recorded deed shall not defeat the doctrine of constructive notice.