The Alamance County Register of Deeds Index Search is now available for you to search information from the Alamance County Register of Deeds.

Property Check is now available at the Register of Deeds.  It notifies you if someone has recorded a document related to you and your property.

You can use this tool to search real estate and finance records from our Register of Deeds office.

Here are a few helpful hints in using the Register of Deeds site:

Browser Requirements
To access this site use a 4.0 or later browser.

Cott 801 Error when viewing images
Note:This error is caused by Privacy Settings in your Firewall and/or AntiVirus Products.
Specifically the setting related to HTTP Referrer needs to be disabled.

If you are using Norton…
Select Privacy Control|Enable Browser Privacy
If you are using Zone Alarm…
Select Privacy|Remove Private Header Information

Disabling the above options will correct the Cott 801 Error.

Unable to view images
You must have Java Virtual Machine Installed.

Delete the cookies and temp internet files.
Remove Daeja as a trusted publisher.
For Microsoft VM
Click Tools on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options
Click the Contents tab
Click the Publishers button
Highlight any entries for Daeja Image Systems Ltd and Click the Remove button
For Java (Sun) VM
From within Control Panel Open Java Plug-in
Click the Certificate tab
Highlight Daeja Image Systems Ltd and Click the Remove button
Click the Cache tab and Click on the Clear button
Close and reopen Internet Explorer
Note: The first time you view an image and the Daeja Install pops up be sure to:
For Microsoft VM check “Always trust content…” box and click “yes”
For Java (Sun) VM click “Always”

How to Enable Cookies
Internet Explorer

Version 6.x
Click Tools on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options
Click the Privacy tab at the top of the screen
Move the slider to Medium and click OK
Version 5.x
Click Tools on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options
Click the Security tab at the top of the screen
Click Custom Level and scroll down to the Cookies section
Set “Allow per-session cookies” to Enable and click OK
Version 4.x
Click View on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options
Click the Security tab at the top of the screen
Click Custom Level and scroll down to the Cookies section
Select “Always accept cookies” or “Prompt before accepting cookies” and click OK

Netscape Navigator

Version 7.x and 6.x
Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences
Find “Privacy & Security” in the menu on the left. If there is a triangle pointing to the right next to Privacy & Security, click it.
Select “Cookies” under “Privacy & Security”
Select “Enable cookies for the originating web site only” or “Enable all cookies” and click “OK”
Version 4.x
Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences
Select “Advanced”
Select “Accept all cookies” or “Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server” and click OK

How to enable Javascript
Internet Explorer

Version 6.x and 5.x
Click Tools on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options
Click the Security Tab at the top of the screen
Click Custom Level and scroll down to the Scripting section
Select “Enable” to turn Java Script support on and click ok

Netscape Navigator

Version 7.x
Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences
Find “Advanced” in the menu on the left. If there is a triangle pointing to the right next to Advanced, click it
Select Scripts & Plugins
Place a check mark in the Navigator box, located on the top section of the Scripts & Plugins page and click ok
Version 6.x and 4.x
Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences
Find “Advanced” in the menu on the left. If there is a triangle pointing to the right next to Advanced, click it
Place a check mark in the Enable Java box
Place a check mark in the Enable JavaScript for Navigator box and click ok