I've paid off my mortgage. How can I get a copy of my deed?

When you pay off your mortgage, you should receive a Discharge, Release or Satisfaction of Mortgage. You should have received your deed when you first purchased the property. If you do not have your deed, you can get a certified copy at the Register of Deeds office.

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1. Can you prepare my document or give me the forms to use?
2. Do you furnish abstracts/titles to property?
3. What payment methods do you accept?
4. Can I record a fax or a copy of a document?
5. Can I record a true copy court document?
6. Can you fax or email me a copy of a recorded document?
7. Do you have standard document requirements?
8. Can I get documents through the Freedom of Information Act?
9. Who can get a copy of my deed?
10. What is the purpose of recording a document and what do you do with it?
11. When will you record my document and what do you do with the document after recording?
12. When was my house built?
13. Do you have a survey of my property?
14. Do you have or record mortgage surveys?
15. How can I find out who owns certain property?
16. Why is there a 2 ½-inch top margin requirement?
17. Does the marital status have to be shown on documents?
18. Does the document need to be witnessed and notarized?
19. What documents have to be tax certified?
20. Will you record a copy of a death certificate?
21. I've paid off my mortgage. How can I get a copy of my deed?