Sometimes, you can get help at the county recorder's office.
Visit your county's website to find the location and hours of operation for your county recorder's office. While you're there, look to see if the office will allow you to look up recorded documents through the website without you having to go to the inconvenience of traveling to the office. As of October 2013, most California counties don't offer this service, or, if they do, the data available is frequently limited and may not be adequate. For example, some counties allow you to look up only certain types of deeds or allow you to look up an index of documents, but not the actual document. Look-ups in the county office are usually unlimited and
free, although you may need to pay to have documents printed.
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