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MAY 17, 2001


Thanks for the compliment!

To check on a title/deed, you need to go to the county courthouse and visit the County Assessor or Land Records office. If you know the street address of the property, they can usually look it up on their computer to give you the name of the recorded owner. Also look at the property tax section to see if the property taxes have been paid and who paid them.

If there is some dispute about who the owner is or any changes in who the official owners name need to be made (if there is more than one owner), you can pay to have an official title search done (any real estate agent can tell you how to get this done).


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