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The Recorder's office is classified as a department of county government functioning for the protection of persons and property.

The duties of the County Recorder are specified by the Ohio Revised Code and include the recording, filing and indexing of various legal documents pertaining to real estate or consumer goods.

In Ohio, the Recorder, as an elected official, is charged by law with the exacting duty of keeping certain specific records which may include: deeds, mortgages, financing statements, easements, leases, federal tax liens, personal tax liens, military discharges, powers of attorney, mechanics liens, plats, recognizance liens, partnerships, living wills, zoning resolutions, etc.











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