Posey County Recorder’s Office
County Recorder: Mary Hoehn Rhoades
PHOTO: From left to right (Barb Enderson – Part-Time, Mary Hoehn Rhoades – Recorder, Barb Smith – Deputy, Shasta”Cola”Carr – Chief Deputy)
The mission of the Posey County Recorder’s Office is to create a government operation that is effective, cost efficient, and customer friendly. We believe a customer-focused approach is the best way to achieve success and success is never final.
The primary function of the office is to maintain the integrity of all land records and documents entrusted to the office. We continually strive to improve recording and research capabilities and coordinate with other government entities.
About Our Office
(Published by the Association of Indiana Counties) The County Recorder’s function is to maintain permanent public records involving a wide variety of instruments. These documents detail transactions involving real estate, mining, personal property, mortgages, liens, leases, subdivision plats, military discharges, personal bonds, etc. (IC 36-2-11-8) Generally, all of these instruments are recorded either for giving legal public notice of their existence or for safekeeping and future reference. The recorder maintains and preserves all legal documents affecting title to real property. These records are the legal basis for determining ownership. The degree with which the recorder fulfills his or her responsibilities ultimately forms the legal foundation for the institution of private property. The recorder is a member of the county commission on public records, which has authority over the preservation or disposition of all public records maintained by the county. (IC 5-15-6). (Generally see IC 36-2-11, for the duties of the county recorder.)
Summary of Fees
- Posey County Recorder’s Fee Schedule (the fees charged by the Posey County Recorder’s Office for recording, copying, and certifying documents are set by Indiana State Statute.)
- Posey County Online Searching Fees
- New Recording Fees Effective July 1, 2017
- E-Recording Slide Show Presentation
- Laredo User Manual
- Laredo Client Troubleshooting Guide
- Documents Currently Indexed and Imaged
Forms and Permits
- Certificate of Assumed Business Name
- Social Security Redaction Affirmation Statement
- Corrections Sheet
Property Fraud Alert
Let us help you stop the fastest growing white-collar crime – Property Fraud. Sign up now and we can help you stop the effects of Land fraud and other similar fraudulent activities. What is Property Fraud? It’s when someone illegally uses your property for financial gain. It can happen when someone records a fraudulent document in the County Land Records Office making it appear that they own your home or property.
Click the Following Link to Sign Up: Property Fraud Alert
Community Rewards Program for Veterans
The Honor Rewards program is a community service made available through your county’s land and public records office to thank and acknowledge our nation’s veterans for their sacrifices to our country. This program allows veterans in our community to sign-up to receive an Honor Rewards Card and use this ID Card to receive discounts and benefits at local participating retailers, restaurants and other businesses. Let us help say thank you to the wonderful men and women in Posey County that have proudly served our great nation.
Click the Following Link to Sign Up: Honors Rewards Here
E-Recording in Posey County
Posey County has accepted electronic recordings since April, 2011.
We accept mortgages, releases, assignments and other document types that do not transfer property. E-Recording can save your business time, money and convenience. Avoid lines, parking and unnecessary delays by getting started today!
The benefits of E-Recording include: Faster Turnaround: Hours vs. days to get your document back. The Race to the Courthouse Becomes Instantaneous: Your e-document beats one submitted via the mail Large potential cost savings in postage, overnight shipping and delayed proceedings Fewer Rejections and Faster Corrections: E-Recording eliminates rejections for incorrect fees. Rejected documents can be resubmitted in hours vs. days.
Posey County currently accepts e-recordings from two submitting vendors.To compare prices and to start e-recording with Posey, Indiana, contact:
eRecording Partners Network Peter Duffy 888-325-3365 http://erecordingpartners.net/
CSC provides a web-based eRecording solution that enables submitters to electronically record real estate documents.
eRecording Support (866) 652-0111