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These documents are available through the District Court in the county where they were filed.
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The Recorder's Office records land documents to make them public record and is located in the Administration Building. The District Court Records Office is where the following documents are filed and is located in the Justice Building:
Recorder's office staff is not authorized to provide legal guidance or forms. We recommend you contact an attorney. You may also visit the Idaho Legal Aid Services website and the State of Idaho Judicial Branch website for further information.
These documents are available through Idaho Vital Records.
If you would like to change your name due to a marriage, please see our Marriage Information page. If the change is not related to a marriage, please visit the State of Idaho Judicial Branch website for downloadable forms and instructions.
You may visit our office to search the recorded land records in our public research room. We will provide instruction on the usage of our computer terminals, however, we are unauthorized to perform your research for you or interpret your search results. If you choose, you may hire a professional records research company (PDF).
Generally, we will accept a debit or credit cards. Passports are the exception. Please view the following and how payment can be accepted:
Please contact the Assessor's Office.
You may search the Assessor's Office database.
Please contact the Idaho Secretary of State.
You may contact the city in which you are planning to sell, or you may contact Panhandle Health District 1.