It should be noted all incidents were not reported at the county level.
Some were filed directly with the state. Prior to that time, records were kept at the county level at the discretion of local officials.
The Recorder's Office is open 8 a. To obtain your deed, you will need to provide the owner's name, the property's legal description and an approximate date of purchase. We Want To Help! On rare occasions, neighborhood associations also record their bylaws. The Noble County Recorder's Office provides blank copies of the Certificate of Assumed Business Name form in hard copy and for download that you may fill out and return. Birth Certificates A birth certificate is a person's first identity document.
A few birth and death records were recorded in books kept in the Noble County Board of Health Office starting in This transcription includes the name of the deceased, parents if listed , age at time of death or birth date if listed and book number in which the record is located. Some of the records were included in both county and city or town books. Whenever there was a discrepancy, both versions were included. The amount of information retained in early birth records often does not include the given name of the child.
Every effort was made toward accuracy in this transcription; however, some handwriting is nearly illegible and often misspellings, along with inaccurate entries were detected i. Uniform spelling was not used in early records. The party who recorded the event may have incorrectly translated the submitter's handwriting; and often names were spelled differently than the version used today.
For the sake of indexing, some corrections in spelling were made if an accurate version could be determined. Changes from the original record are identified by italics. The Recorder's Office is open 8 a. Recording requirements are set by Indiana Code The deed to your home or property is a public record available in the Recorder's Office. To obtain your deed, you will need to provide the owner's name, the property's legal description and an approximate date of purchase.
Deeds can sometimes be located by address.
The Noble County Recorder's Office provides blank copies of the Certificate of Assumed Business Name form in hard copy and for download that you may fill out and return. Because of the legal specificity other instruments require, no other forms or templates are provided. The Recorder's Office is committed to providing excellent customer service. However, we are also concerned about making sure customers have a complete picture when looking for liens or other claims against property. All records which have been recorded in Noble County are open and available for review by you in the Recorder's office.
Please be aware that court judgments, state tax liens, bankruptcies are among the claims against property that are NOT necessarily filed with the Recorder's Office. The Recorder's Office staff is happy to review documents in advance to check for missing recording requirements.
follow url We cannot answer legal questions or review aspects of the document beyond its compliance with recording requirements. The Vital Records Division can be reached by telephone at Data and documents going back to January can be viewed online. Two remote access products, Laredo and Tapestry, are now available for users who wish to search for and retrieve data and documents.
We also offer a free service for those needing only basic data. For more information, visit our Downloads page.
The Noble County Recorder's fee schedule is available here. The Recorder's Office currently accepts payments for recording and copies by cash or check. Corporate escrow accounts for recording and charge accounts for copying are also available. You may dissolve an assumed business name by filing another Certificate of Assumed Business name and inserting 'Dissolution Of' at the top of the page.
In accordance with Indiana Code IC , most documents submitted to the Recorder's Office must contain the affirmation statement. Exceptions include an instrument executed before July 1, , or recorded before July 26, , a judgment, order, or writ of a court; a will or death certificate, an instrument executed or acknowledged outside Indiana; or federal liens on real property or a federal tax lien on personal property as described in IC You should consult an attorney regarding the necessary steps regarding a notice of tort claim.
An attorney can advise you where and when a notice of tort claim must be filed.
Vital Records. All Noble county birth and death records are available from present. We accept cash, money orders, and debit/credit cards - no personal. All Noble county birth and death records are available from present. be filed with the local office or the Indiana State Department of Health for correction.
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 Noble County Assessor's Office and the Noble County Auditor's Office. The Noble County Assessor and Auditor may require a sales disclosure form be filed which may be acquired at the Auditor's office or online through the Auditor's web site.
Restrictive covenants are filed with the recorder's office. Covenants can exist either as separate documents or as part of the original plat of the subdivision. On rare occasions, neighborhood associations also record their bylaws. Covenants and restrictions may be viewed online at no charge by visiting the Noble County Recorder's Office Neighborhood Resource Center.
You are required under Indiana Code to file a fictitious business name statement for a variety of different reasons. This document, known as a Certificate of Assumed Business Name, should be filed in the Recorder's office in the county in which you are doing business.
The form is available online by visiting the Downloads Page. Have questions? We may already have the answer for you here in this web site!
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