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Welcome to the Allen County Recorder's Public Access Service. We're working hard to serve you better. The Deed Archive Search allows you to view the deed indexes from 1831 to 1989.
Welcome to the Allen County Recorder’s Website. The Allen County Recorder’s Index is a guide to help you find documents and information that has been recorded in our office. Every effort has been made to provide reliable information on this site. However, Recorder Mona S. Losh, and the Allen County Recorder’s Office do not guarantee or insure the accuracy of the information. By logging on to this site, you agree that Recorder Mona S. Losh, her office, and/or any county government agency shall not be responsible for any and all damages incurred by you as a result of the use of, or reliance upon, any of the information contained herein. Documents referenced in this index should be reviewed by an attorney, title examiner or other real estate professional to determine the interests or claims of any party.
A true copy of the deed can only be viewed or obtained by visiting the Allen County Recorder’s Office.
DOCUMENTS RECORDED IN THE RECORDER’S OFFICE GENERALLY ARE CONSIDERED TO BE PUBLIC RECORDS. OTHER PERSONS HAVE ACCESS TO THE INFORMATION IN RECORDED DOCUMENTS. R.C. 317.42(A)
UNDER OHIO LAW, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH 1196 OP. ATT’Y GEN. NO. 96-019, THE COUNTY RECORDER SHALL ACCEPT FOR RECORDING ONLY DOCUMENTS THAT ARE AUTHORIZED BY THE OHIO REVISED CODE TO BE RECORDED. NO OTHER DOCUMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. See, e.g. R.C. Chapter 317; R.C. 1311.06; R.C. 5301.252
Pursuant to R.C. 5301.252(e), “any person who knowingly makes any false statement in (an affidavit on facts relating to title) is guilty of perjury under
Pursuant to R.C. 2913.43(A), “no person, by deception, shall cause another to execute any writing which disposes of or encumbers property, or by which a pecuniary obligation is incurred.”
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