The Alamance County Register of Deeds office is experiencing technical issues with their phone system. The offices are open. You can visit their offices at 118 West Harden Street in Graham. You can also send email correspondence to CherylHMarley@alamancerod.org.
The Register of Deeds has worked with Logan Systems to set up a website to allow property owners in Alamance County to be notified by e-mail if a document is recorded in the Register of Deeds office that includes the name of the property owner. This document could be a deed that changes the ownership… Continue Reading Property Notification from the Register of Deeds
Beginning January 1, 2019, the Alamance County Register of Deeds Office will require that postage paid return envelopes be included with all documents submitted for recording in Alamance County. Please make certain that the amount of postage on the envelope(s) is adequate for the weight of the document(s) being returned. Walk-in customers will have the… Continue Reading Register of Deeds Postage Memorandum
The Alamance County Register of Deeds office announces that, effective December 1, 2017, there is a new form for a certificate of assumed business name. According to the North Carolina Secretary of State’s Office, the new blank forms may be downloaded from Business Link North Carolina (http://www.blnc.gov) under the Business Forms link. The easiest way to tell… Continue Reading Register of Deeds Announces Summary of Changes to Assumed Business Laws
The Alamance County Register of Deeds Office kicked off its Thank a Veteran Program on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. The program encourages veterans to record their discharge papers (DD 214) with the Register of Deeds Office. Once recorded, the veterans receive a card with their photo on it. The card is recognized by participating Alamance… Continue Reading Alamance County Register of Deeds Office kicks off its Thank a Veteran Program