A county recorder typically has the responsibility of keeping public records of actions and transactions as mandated by local, state, regional, and national government. In some countries, including the United States, these actions and transactions are recorded by governments at the county level.What is county clerk and recorder?
The clerk is the county recorder and as such accepts for filing and recording a wide variety of documents from deeds to marriage licenses to cattle brands. The clerk is also clerk to the County Court, a court of limited jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters, but the principal court for probate matters.What is a county recorder?
In the United States, the recorder of deeds is often an elected county office and is called the county recorder. In some U.S. states, the functions of a recorder of deeds are a responsibility of the county clerk (or the county's clerk of court), and the official may be called a clerk-recorder or recorder-clerk.What is a county recorder office?
The county recorder is the official keeper of real estate records for the county. It is this office's function to provide protection to persons and property by recording a variety of legally essential documents. The county recorder also records all county and township zoning resolutions and amendments.