Once elected as the Montgomery County Ohio Recorder Dr. Adil Baguirov will lead the way to better the Recorder's office as well as promote the same fiscal accountability and transparency on a county-level as he strongly did before on a school district-level. Montgomery County has slow recording of real estate titles, a $9,000,000 budget shortfall, and is the second highest taxed county in Ohio - so obviously, new leadership by an experienced, innovative, fiscally-responsible professional is desperately needed.
He would be honored to have your vote and support for the November 2018 election year!
In the U.S., some recorders of deeds are elected officials who serve the area of a county or equivalent jurisdiction.
In some states, the recorder of deeds could also act as a public posting place for papers that are not directly related to estates in land, such as corporate charters, military discharges, Uniform Commercial Code records, applications for marriage licenses, and judgments.
Deeds in a few states of the U.S. are maintained under the Torrens title system or some limited implementation of it. (For example: Minnesota, some property in Massachusetts, Colorado, Hawaii, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and Washington.)
Other U.S. states maintain their deeds under common law; most often, they are articled in chronological order with a grantor/grantee index.
The offices with the same duties (varying by jurisdiction) include registrar general, register of deeds, registrar of deeds, registrar of titles. The office of such an official may be referred to as the deeds registry or deeds office. In the United States, the recorder of deeds is many times 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 person may be called a clerk-recorder or recorder-clerk.
The recorder of deeds provides a single place in which records of real property rights are recorded and may be researched by other parties. The record of deeds often maintains documents regularly recorded by the recorder of deeds, including deeds, mortgages, mechanic's liens, releases and plats, among others. To allow full access to deeds recorded throughout the office history, several indexes may be maintained, which include grantor–grantee indexes, tract indexes, and plat maps. Storage methods to record registry entries include paper, microform, and computer.
The principles of statutory, case, and common law are given effect by the recorder of deeds, insofar as it relates to vested ownership in land and other real rights. Because estate in land can be held in so many complex ways, a single deeds registry provides some clarity, even though it cannot "guarantee" those real property rights.
The legal certainty given by a title deed issued under the registration of the recorder of deeds is of great significance to all parties who hold, or wish to acquire rights in real property. Certainty of title is the basis for the investment of colossal amounts of money in real estate development for residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural use each year. This is why the punctilious recording of registration information by the recorder of deeds is so important.
Each document recorded against title to real estate can be examined and the part of the bundle of rights that it includes can be determined. These records can help interested parties in researching the history of land and the chain of title for any property and purpose.
Brookville, Centerville, Clayton, Dayton (county seat), Englewood, Germantown, Huber Heights, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, Oakwood, Riverside, Springboro, Trotwood, Union, Vandalia, West Carrollton,
Carlisle, Farmersville, New Lebanon, Phillipsburg, Verona,
Butler, Clay, German, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Miami, Perry, Washington,
Other unincorporated communities
Airhill, Amity, Arlington, Bachman, Chautauqua, Dodson, Fort McKinley, Harries, Kinsey, Liberty, Little York, Miami Villa, Morgan Place, Northridge, Pyrmont, Shiloh, Spanker, Taylorsburg, Woodbourne-Hyde Park,
Brandon C. McClain is the current Recorder for Montgomery County OH
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