Records & Filing
Of all the responsibilities of the County Clerk, the recording of legal instruments is perhaps the most traditional and basic duty. In terms of sheer volume, legal instruments constitute the major portion of paperwork flowing through the Office, requiring the greatest amount of storage space, and usually taking up a larger portion of the County Clerk staff's time than any other single duty. Most legal instruments concern:
The instruments are filed and recorded in a safe and permanent matter, and are processed on the optical imager and indexed so records may be rapidly and efficiently retrieved.
Ph: (956) 544-0815
New Filing & Recording Fees Effective 9/1/2013