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No! We are not attorneys and do not practice law; therefore, we will not help in anyway with the preparation of a document or give any advice regarding its preparation. Please contact an attorney or title company for assistance. This policy is strongly enforced.
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April 1, 2008: Chisago County will make Tract Index and Recorded Documents available to system subscribers. Escrow Accounts and Landshark Agreements are required.
March 2019: Occasional users can now access the Tract Index and Recorded Documents using a credit card or checking account as payment.
For More Information and/or to download subscription forms, see our LandShark Info page or visit LandShark Online Searching.
Among other things county staff reviews documents presented for recording against the requirements listed below. Failure to meet these, among other possible requirements, may cause your document to be rejected:
Other documents may require:
Please note: When drafting a legal document, it is advisable to seek legal advice from an attorney to ensure your document has the intended effect. County staff does not give out legal advice.
Check the platted property Abstract/Torrens list and if you need further information, call the recorder's office at 651-213-8580. You will need to provide us with the legal description of the property in question.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce Website has links to Minnesota Uniform Conveyance Blanks for use in completing real estate transactions and transfers.
You can submit a document for recording only by using one of our trusted submitters: Simplifile, CSC, ePN, or Indecomm.