How do I add or delete a name to the deed to my property?
Consult an attorney to make certain you are executing a deed or instrument which transfers the property rights and interests you wish to transfer.

In order to record a properly prepared deed or instrument, it must first have been submitted to the Tippecanoe County Assessor's Office and the Tippecanoe County Auditor's Office. The Tippecanoe County Assessor will require a sales disclosure form to be filed prior to recording.

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1. Where is the Tippecanoe County Recorder's Office located?
2. How are the fees charged by the Recorder's Office determined and set? How are recordings requirements determined?
3. How do I add or delete a name to the deed to my property?
4. Does the Recorder's Office provide templates or blank forms that I can fill out to prepare a lien, release, deed or other documents?
5. What is the role of the Recorder's Office in starting a business?
6. How do I dissolve an assumed business name I previously filed with the Recorder's Office?
7. Why won't the Recorder's Office perform searches?
8. Does the Recorder's Office have information regarding neighborhood association bylaws and restrictive covenants?
9. Do you have an online searchable database for recorded deeds and other information?
10. I received a solicitation by mail offering to sell me a copy of the deed to my home. Is this the only way I can obtain this record?
11. Where can I find birth and death certificates?
12. Where can I find State Tax Liens and judgments?
13. Where do I get a marriage license?
14. Do you accept blanket documents?
15. What types of payment does the Recorder's Office accept?