Recording Documents

County recording practices are governed by the Oklahoma Statutes as defined in 16 O.S. 26, 16 O.S. 28, 19 O.S. 284-298.1, and 28 O.S. 32.

Properly executed documents may be presented for recording in person, by mail, or electronically. (Electronic recording is provided through Simplifile or Corporation Service Company (CSC). Please contact Simplifile or CSC directly with any questions concerning electronic recording).

Recording documents for real estate transactions is an important action and can be a complex issue. The County Clerk's Office staff does not provide legal advice or assist in the completion of documents. To protect your interests, please consult an attorney or other professional with any questions relating to your documents or real estate transactions.

You may contact the Recording staff with any general recording questions or access Filing Requirements or Recording Fees for more information.