Recording Office


Recording Documents


The Recording Office processes documents, which establish legal rights to property by providing public notice through the recording process. A variety of other documents are recorded such as the trade names, marriage records, and Uniform Commercial Code (U.C.C.) files. Bradford Publishing is a useful resource for all forms needed to file any of the aforementioned items. We stop accepting documents to record at 5 p.m. daily. 

Common reasons for documents to be rejected are:

Grantee's address must be on the face of all deeds
Insufficient funds (see fees)
Purchase price not on the face of the deed
We must have a 1 inch margin across the top of each page

Recording Fees


All documents such as warranty deeds, deeds of trust, quit claim deeds, liens, subdivision plats, etc. are recorded to give public notice. The recording fees are $11 for the first page of legal size or less, $5 for each additional page, and $10 per page for pages larger than legal size.

Note:  Due to the passage of SB16-115, recording fees will increase effective January 1, 2017.  Beginning January 1, 2017 the recording fees will be $13 for the first page and $5 for each additional page.

Documentary Fees


All transfers of property are subject to a State Documentary Fee (CRS 39-13-102). When the total consideration paid by the purchaser exceeds $500, a documentary fee shall be payable at the rate of one cent for each $100, or major fraction thereof, of the total consideration (for example, $275,000 = $27.50 doc fee). Some documents may be exempt from the State Documentary Fee (CRS 39-13-104).

Uniform Commercial Code Fees


Effective January 1, 2000, Colorado has a Central Filing Office for Uniform Commercial Code Financing Statements. UCRs are still filed at the county level and the cost is $11 for one to two pages and $16 for three to four pages.

Land Survey Plat Fees


Land Survey Plats are deposited through the Clerk and Recorder's Office. The cost is $20 per page. After deposit, original Land Survey Plats are turned over to the County Surveyor's Office.

Public Record Search


Locating recorded information by grantor, grantee, reception number, and recording date can be done on the Official Records Public SearchThere is no charge to search records, but recording personnel cannot search for you. 

Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978

Foreign Investors Who Hold Agriculture Land Brochure
Letter Regarding the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act of 1978
FSA-153 Form

Copy Requests


If you locate a particular document and would like a copy of it, please send an email to grandclerk@co.grand.co.us or visit our office to purchase a copy or certified copy. Copy requests are processed in the order we receive them.  If you plan to pay with a credit card, please let us know that in your email and give us your contact information.  We will contact you for credit card information when your request is being processed.  

Escrow Accounts


If you are interested in having access to view unofficial copies of documents, please complete the Escrow Agreement form below and mail it along with $50 to our office.
Escrow Agreement


FTP Accounts


If you are interested in having access to the FTP site to be able to access all documents, please fill out the agreement below.  The monthly subscription cost is $305 per month. 
FTP Access Account Agreement

If you are experiencing difficulty logging in using the FTP site, the document below may be of assistance.  
FTP Troubleshooting

Plat Index


Plats are recorded bythe Clerk and Recorder.  Copies of plats are $5 per page.  Our plat index is updated periodically (last update 05/06/2016)