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Fayette County > Recorder of Deeds

 

 
Fayette County Courthouse
David G. Malosky
Recorder of Deeds
 
Fayette County Courthouse
61 East Main Street
Uniontown, PA 15401
 
Telephone: 724-430-1238 
Fax: 724 430-1458
                 
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
 
Recording hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00AM - Noon
and
  1.00PM - 4:00PM
Closed from 12:00 to 1:00
 
 
 

EFFECTIVE: NOVEMBER 30, 2017 a fee increase of $4.75 for the state mandated JCS fee.  For a list of documents click here.

Click on our updated fee schedule below.  The documents with the fee increase will be marked with **before the name of the document and the increase will be included in the amount listed. 

Updated Fee Schedule click here.

 

The Notary Bond recording fee has changed to
$30.00 starting 10-26-2017.
 
 
NEW Online Archive Viewer
Indexes for 1950 to 1974 for the Deeds and Mortgages
and the Plan index from 1791 to 1988 are now available.
 The images are of the indexes that you use in the Recorder's office.
This is a free index search.
Document images are not available for these indexes online
to use the Online Archive Viewer.

 
 
  
Mission Statement
 
     The Recorder of Deeds is responsible for recording documents in two main areas:  Real Estate and Uniform Commercial Code. Military Service Discharges are also recorded here.
 
     All documents except Military Service Discharges are public record and are readily available in the Office for you to view.
 

     Records in this Office provide data about real estate transactions and historical perspective.  Deeds, mortgages, releases, easements, surveys, land plans, restrictions, and road right-of-ways are examples of such documents.

 

     It is the goal of this Office to provide electronic access to public records and public information. Our index and images are now available.  Click here to view our index & images.  The index for most of our documents from 1975 to present is a free search.  The images for most of our documents from 1975 to present are a pay per access service. An online Archive Viewer for Indexes for 1950 to 1974 for Deeds and Mortgages and the Plan Index from 1791 to 1988 are now available.  The images are of the indexes that you use in the Recorder's office. This is a free index search.

 

     The Recorder of Deeds Office does  provide Downloadable Forms.