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Duchesne County, Utah

Recorder Offices


Duchesne County Recorder

734 N Center St / PO Box 916, Duchesne, Utah 84021

8:30 to 5:00 M-F

Phone: (435) 738-1166


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Utah - Duchesne County Recorder Information

The Recorder's Office records warranty deeds, mortgages, and other instruments relating to real property located in Duchesne County.

Recording Fees

Recorder's Office does NOT do research.

Document (up to 10 legal descriptions) $40.00
Each Additional Legal Description $2.00

Recording Subdivision Plats, $50 per page, plus $2 per lot or unit.

Miscellaneous Fees
Mining Location fees same as above each mining claim is a legal

Copies made by Deputy (digital or hard copy) $1.00 per page

Letter and Legal Copies $0.25 per page

Ledger Copies (11"X17") $0.50 per page

Digital Copies $0.10 per page

Certificate under SEAL (Certified Copy)$5.00 per seal
$1.00 per page

Small Survey Plat (18"X24") $6.00 per plat
Large Survey Plat (24"X36") $10.00 per plat
Colored Survey Map $12.00 per plat
Mailing fees per postage meter, or enclose your own postage paid return envelope

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

Document Formatting Requirements

* Documents must be clearly legible in order to be recorded. Originals, with original signatures and notary acknowledgments, should be submitted. A notary acknowledgment is required for all documents transferring real property.

* Printing should be single-sided only and in black ink with a font size of at least 10 point.

* Use white 8.5 x 11 inch white paper with 1 inch margins, except for the first page. Do not use sheets of paper that are bound together on the top, sides, or bottom.

* On the first page, provide a blank space of 2.5 inches down and 4.5 inches across in the upper right corner. All other margins on the first page should be 1 inch.

* The names of all signors who are required to be indexed must be printed or typed beneath their signatures.

* A document should contain a brief caption stating the nature of the recordable transaction.

* The mailing address of the grantee must be included. If the document is to be returned to a different address, a separate address should also be provided.

* Provide a legal description of the real property affected by the document. Legal descriptions will not be provided over the phone.

* Parcel ID (tax serial number) is required on the document presented for recording.

* The grantor must sign the deed and have his/her signature notarized.

* If a person submits a document for recording that is subject to and complies with the Real Estate Settlement and Procedure Act, 12 U.S.C. Sec. 2601 et seq. for a residential property described in Subsection (4)(a), the person shall notify the county recorder by including the word "RESPA" in at least 16 point font on the front page of each document. The County Recorder may use the RESPA fees but is not required to refund a fee or change a fee amount shown on a recorded RESPA document.

WATER RIGHTS ADDENDA

If submitting a deed that conveys a fee simple title to land or if conveying water rights without conveying title to land, a water rights addendum must be included with the deed when it is presented for recording.

A water rights addendum identifies and describes the water rights that are transferred under an applicable deed or states that no water rights are transferred under the applicable deed.

The grantor is required to complete and sign the water rights addendum. The grantee should sign the addendum to acknowledge receipt. The grantee's signature can be a facsimile or done by electronic means.


EFFECT: A recorded document imparts notice of its contents regardless of any defect, irregularity, or omission in its execution, attestation, or acknowledgment. A certified copy of a recorded document is admissible as evidence to the same extent the original document would be admissible as evidence.

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