Have you received a letter in the mail about your deed?
If you have received a letter in the mail from that is wanting you to pay $99.00 to receive a copy of your deed, please DO NOT send them any money. If you ever need a copy of your deed, you can always come into the office and get a copy of your deed for $1.00 a page. If you have any question please call our office.
|Vermillion County Recorder|
255 S Main St., Room 202
P O Box 145
Newport IN 47966
Phone: (765) 492-5380 (Office)
FAX: (765) 492-5381
Jennifer: (765) 492-5382 (Direct)
Stephanie: (765) 492-5383 (Direct)
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
|Your Recorder is Jennifer Peebles and her First Deputy is Stephanie Pugh.|
The primary function of the Recorder’s Office is to maintain permanent public records submitted for recording. These recordings are the legal basis for determining ownership of real property. These documents, called instruments, include but are not limited to: mortgages, deeds, easements, liens, military discharges, subdivision plats, leases, public and private bonds, personal property, and powers of attorney.
It is the duty of the recorder to see that each instrument meets the essential requirements for recording. Each instrument must be scanned and indexed into a computer system and then microfilmed for archival purposes. The county recorder prepares and furnishes official copies of any record or instrument when requested.
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.
Our office has been working diligently to bring our older documents available online. This is an ongoing process that has taken place over a span of many years. Through Doxpop, we have the following documents available as far back as the books listed below:
DEEDS: January 2, 1969 Book # 110
MISCELLANEOUS: October 17, 1972 Book #50
MORTGAGES: July 26, 1989 Book #142
Documents Available online: Doxpop Recorder
Property Fraud Alert: Doxpop Fraud Watch
Certified Assumed Business Name Form: Download Form
Vermillion County Recorder Fee Schedule: Click Here
*As of January 1, 2021, UCC’s are now $25.00 to record.*
As of February 19, 2021 we accept e-recording transferable documents! E-recording can be accepted through our county for the following vendors:
CSC Customers: erecording.com
Simplifile Customers: simplifile.com
EPN Customers: goepn.com