In Texas the term for deeds and mortgages and related filings is usually "Official Public Records" or "Land Records" and they may be filed with the County Clerk, Register of Deeds, or County Recorder. In addition to deeds and mortgages these filings may also include liens, judgments, military discharges, bonds, trusts, child support enforcement orders, business registration such as assumed or fictitious business names, power of attorney filings, financing statements, Uniform Commercial Code filings, trusts, partnership documents, leases, Wills, and more.
We call these databases "Recorded Documents." Click on a link below to search available Texas County Clerk / Recorder databases for deeds, mortgages, and other recorded documents.
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