Sedgwick County Register & Recorder of Deeds | Record Title Documents Online Here! | Fees | Phone | KS.

Bill Meek
Register of Deeds

 

Sedgwick County Register and  Recorder of Deeds office invites you to e-Record your title documents ONLINE! Liens, Mortgages, Assignments, Releases and more! Save yourself a trip to county offices. Go Green this Year! Credit Cards Accepted! Online Checks!

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Announcing a New internet service to Property Owners and Non Attorneys in Sedgwick County, Kansas.

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Documents that have traditionally been delivered or mailed to the Clerk & comptroller of Court by runner, express mail or courier services can now be processed with e-Recording, simplifying and accelerating all aspects of the recording process. The most commonly e-Recorded documents are Mechanic’s Liens, Notices, Release of Lien, Deeds, Mortgages, Assignment of Mortgages, Notice of Commencements, and Satisfactions of Mortgages.
Documents that have traditionally been delivered or mailed to the Clerk & comptroller of Court by runner, express mail or courier services can now be processed with e-Recording, simplifying and accelerating all aspects of the recording process. The most commonly e-Recorded documents are Mechanic’s Liens, Notices, Release of Lien, Deeds, Mortgages, Assignment of Mortgages, Notice of Commencements, and Satisfactions of Mortgages.

With e-Recording, the submitter scans the document and uses a vendor application to upload the document and associated data. No special equipment is required, just a computer with high speed internet access and a scanner. Original documents never leave the submitter’s possession since they are scanned for submission.

E-Recording documents can be tracked through the entire process. Documents are recorded the same day, if submitted during regular business hours. Once the document is accepted, you can immediately retrieve an image that includes the recorder’s stamp from eRecorderofdeeds.com.

Sedgwick County Recording Information

Document Formatting Requirements

DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS

• On the top of the first page of a document, include a margin of 3 inches. On the bottom of the first page, the margin should be 1 inch. These areas are for recording information. If sufficient space is not provided, a document cover sheet will be attached. This will be counted as a page and will be included in the overall cost of the recording fees.

• On each additional page, the top and bottom margins should be 1-inch. The side margins should be at least a ½ inch.

• Paper size should not exceed legal size (8.5×14 inches).

• Documents need to be sufficiently legible to be digitally reproduced.

• Names of any signers or notary public should be printed below the signature.

• Grantee(s) name and address shall be on the deed or supplied to the Register of Deeds.

• Any mortgage of lands, worded in substance as follows: “A.B. mortgages and warrants to C.D. (here describe the premises), to secure the payment of (here insert the sum for which the mortgage is granted, or the notes or other evidences of debt, or description thereof, sought to be secured, also the date of payment),” with the said mortgage being signed, dated, and duly signed and acknowledged by the grantor shall be deemed and held to be a good and sufficient mortgage to the grantee, his or her heirs, assigns, executors and administrators, with warranty from the grantor and his or her legal representatives of a perfect title in the grantor, and against all previous encumbrances; and if in the above form the words “and warrants” be omitted, the mortgage shall be good without warranty.

RECORDING FEES AND PENALTIES

To record a deed, the fee is $8 for the first page, and $4 for each additional page.

An additional $4 will be charged for documents not meeting the margin requirements.

If the names of signers or notaries are not printed underneath the signatures, an additional $1 will be charged.

Acknowledgement of signature is $50.

 

Amount Description of Service
$8.00 For recording deeds, mortgages, or other instruments of writing, for first page (not to exceed legal size page 8 1/2″ X 14″
$4.00 For second page and each additional page or fraction thereof
$20.00 Recording town plats, for each page
$7.00 Real estate mortgage assignment only (1st page)
Real estate mortgage release only (1st page)
$2.00 For second page & each additional page or fraction thereof, for:
Real estate mortgage assignment only
Real estate mortgage release only
$1.00 Certificate, certifying any instrument of record
$1.00 Acknowledgment of signature
$20.00 For filling notices of tax liens under the Internal Revenue laws of the United States (Fee includes a $15.00 U.C.C. filling fee provided by K.S.A. 79-2617)
$20.00 For filing releases of tax liens, certificates of discharge, under the Internal Revenue laws of the United States or the revenue laws of the State of Kansas filed both prior to and after the effective date of this act
$46.00 Discharge of State Tax Liens from Department of Human Resources.
$5.00 For filing liens for materials and services under K.S.A. 58-201, and amendments thereto
$5.00 K.S.A. 60-2201 – Lis Pendens
$15.00 K.S.A. 79-2616d – Certificate of Tax Lien search
$1.00 K.S.A. 79-2616d – Copy of tax lien (per page)
$15.00 Original financing statement (up to 10 pgs)
$15.00 Amended financing statement (up to 10 pgs)
$15.00 Continuation statement (up to 10 pgs)
$15.00 Separate statement of assignment (up to 10 pgs)
$15.00 Statement of Release of all or part of any collateral described in a filed financing statement (up to 10 pgs)
$1.00 Each additional page after 10 pages
$15.00 Real Estate mortgage subject to K.S.A. 84-9-402(6) (Fixture Filing) up to ten (10) pages.
$15.00 Written information request: Per Debtor Name
$1.00 Copy request: A copy of any filed financing statement or statement of assignment (per page)

Incorporated cities

Population and name (2012 estimate):

385,577 – Wichita (county seat)
22,943 – Derby
10,951 – Haysville
7,446 – Park City
6,965 – Valley Center
6,838 – Bel Aire
6,267 – Mulvane
4,532 – Goddard
3,708 – Maize
2,489 – Clearwater
2,120 – Cheney
1,958 – Kechi
1,701 – Sedgwick
1,334 – Colwich
964 – Andale
862 – Garden Plain
817 – Mount Hope
773 – Eastborough
528 – Bentley
131 – Viola

2005 KDOT Map of Sedgwick County (map legend)
Map of Townships in Sedgwick County
Unincorporated places

Anness
Bayneville
Berwet
Clonmel
Furley
Greenwich
Greenwich Heights
Murray Gill
Oaklawn-Sunview, a census-designated place
Peck
Prospect
St. Mark
St. Mary Aleppo
St. Paul
Schulte
Sunnydale
Trails View (formerly Spasticville)[6]
Waco
Wego

History
19th century
1915 Railroad Map of Sedgwick County

For millennia, the land now known as Kansas was inhabited by Native Americans. In 1803, most of modern Kansas was secured by the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1854, the Kansas Territory was organized, then in 1861 Kansas became the 34th U.S. state.

Sedgwick County was founded in 1867, and named after John Sedgwick, who was a Major General in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

In 1887, the Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway built a branch line north-south from Herington to Caldwell.[2] This branch line connected Herington, Lost Springs, Lincolnville, Antelope, Marion, Aulne, Peabody, Elbing, Whitewater, Furley, Kechi, Wichita, Peck, Corbin, Wellington, Caldwell. By 1893, this branch line was incrementally built to Fort Worth, Texas. This line is called the “OKT”. The Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway was foreclosed in 1891 and was taken over by Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway, which shut down in 1980 and reorganized as Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas Railroad, merged in 1988 with Missouri Pacific Railroad, and finally merged in 1997 with Union Pacific Railroad. Most locals still refer to this railroad as the “Rock Island”.
20th century

Sedgwick County was the setting for the murders committed by the BTK strangler from 1974 until 1991.[citation needed] Dennis Rader, an employee of the Sedgwick County city of Park City was arrested in early 2005 after he began sending incriminating letters taunting the police in 2004. He had not been heard from since 1979.[citation needed] Ken Landwehr of the Wichita Police Department led the task force which captured Rader, setting a new standard of serial crime detection in the process, which is still studied by police departments across the world. Rader is currently serving 10 life sentences at the El Dorado Correctional Facility in El Dorado.[citation needed]

 

Zip codes for Sedgwick County-Kansas

67001 Andale 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67220 Bel Aire 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67226 Bel Aire 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67016 Bentley 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67025 Cheney 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67026 Clearwater 620 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67030 Colwich 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67226 Comotara 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67037 Derby 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67206 Eastborough 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67207 Eastborough 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67208 Eastborough 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67050 Garden Plain 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67052 Goddard 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67055 Greenwich 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67060 Haysville 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67067 Kechi 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67101 Maize 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67221 McConnell AFB 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67108 Mount Hope 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67110 Mulvane 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67204 North Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67216 Oaklawn 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67215 Oatville 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67147 Park City 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67204 Park City 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67219 Park City 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67210 Planeview 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67215 Schulte 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67276 USPS Offical Mail 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67147 Valley Center 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67149 Viola 620 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67147 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67201 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67202 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
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67220 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
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67223 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67226 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67227 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67228 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67230 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67232 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67235 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67260 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67275 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67276 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67277 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67278 Wichita 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)
67260 Wichita State University 316 Sedgwick County Kansas (KS)