Affidavit of Equitable Interest, Death Certificate, Easement, Eminent Domain, Lis Pendens, Military Discharge, Plat, Power of Attorney, Subordination Agreement, etc.
Affidavit of Equitable Interest: A document that gives public notice of a legal interest in real property. When a Contract for Deed has been executed or a Promissory Note, this document can be recorded to give public notice that there is an interest in the property.
Death Certificate: A document that is a certified copy from the State Department of Vital Statistics showing the death of an individual.
Easement: A document that grants specific rights concerning real property.
Eminent Domain: A document that states the rights of a government entity to appropriate private property for public use.
Lis Pendens: A document giving notice that real property is involved in a court case in another county.
Military Discharge: This document is commonly known as a DD214 form. This document is issued by the military to show the discharge of an individual. It is recorded in the Register of Deeds office to enable quick access to certified copies for the veteran when claiming benefits. These documents are no longer open records to the public. They can be viewed and copied by a few people, but first a form must be filled out in the Register of Deeds office.
Plat: A document establishing a subdivision or platted legal description.
Power of Attorney: A document granting authority (general or specific) to act in the name of another party.
Subordination Agreement: This is a document that states that one lender is subordinating their position stated in a recorded mortgage to another party.
This is for Informational Purposes only. We always suggest you contact your Attorney for all legal matters and questions.