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Q1. Where do I find my property information?
Property information is available online.
Q2. Where are real estate forms available?
Minnesota Uniform Conveyance Blank forms are available from
Q3. How do I obtain a copy of recorded documents or my Certificate of Title?
Requests containing document number can be mailed with appropriate fees ($10.00 for certified copy, or $1.00 per page for standard copy) to: Anoka County Property Records and Taxation, 2100 3rd Ave, Anoka, MN 55303. Please include self-address stamped return envelope. Request will not be honored without payment.
Documents are also available in our public research room located on the first floor in the government center. Room 165. If document was recorded after 1994, assistance obtaining the document number is available by calling 763-323-5400.
Q4. How do I calculate State Deed Tax and Mortgage Registration Tax?
State Deed Tax: Net Consideration X .0033
Mortgage Registration Tax: Secured Amount X .0023
Q5. What is a standard document?
Minnesota Statutes 507.093 sets standards for documents to be recorded with the county recorder or filed with the registrar of titles (other than by electronic means) as follows:
The maximum time allowed for completion of the recording process for documents presented in recordable form is ten business days. MS 357.182.
Q6. What needs to be on a document for recording purposes?
County staff reviews documents presented for recording for the requirements listed below. Failure to meet these requirements may cause your document to be rejected:
OTHER DOCUMENTS MAY REQUIRE:
View the statute at https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=507.092. Well Disclosure Certificate - you may file a paper copy or for electronic submission please read information at www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/wells/disclosures
Please note: When drafting a legal document, it is advisable to seek legal advice from an attorney to ensure your document has the intended effect. County staff do not give out legal advice.
Q7. What form(s) do I need to change my name (marriage/divorce) or how do I add a person to the ownership/title?
Please seek legal advice as we are unable to advise on this topic because it varies depending on each individual circumstance.
Q8. Where can I get a plat map?
We are currently working on making recorded plats accessible online to the public. Until this project is completed, you can obtain copies of recorded plats by contacting the Surveyors Office at 763-323-5510 or at http://ww2.anokacounty.us/v3_surveyor/index.aspx
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