Recording / Tax Deeds


Located in Room 224 on the second floor of the Indian River County Courthouse

(772) 770-5185

Extensions 3170 and 3175.

The Recording Division creates an index and archives all of the documents that constitute the Official Records of Indian River County. These documents include, but are not limited to: Deeds, Mortgages, Satisfactions, Claims of Lien, Final Judgments and Orders, Notices of Commencement and Declarations of Domicile.

Index data is complete back to October of 1983. When not prohibited by law, document images are viewable from July 1, 1925 to present.

In addition to recording these legal documents, the Recording Division collects money for documentary stamp taxes, intangible taxes, recording fees and other miscellaneous fees. Tax deed auctions are also performed by this department.


F.S. 28.24 Service charges-- The Clerk of the Circuit Court shall charge for services rendered manually or electronically by the clerk's office in recording documents and instruments and in performing other specified duties.  These charges may not exceed those specified in this section, except as provided in s. 28.345.

(12)(c) For indexing instruments recorded in the official records which contain more than four names.  $1 per additional name


Official Records may be accessed at:


Order eCertified Documents here:If you need any assistance or have any questions please contact e-certify support at (888) 351-6838 or you may email them at


CSC (Corporation Service Company)
ePN (eRecording Partners Network)


Fee Schedule


Disclaimer:  The forms provided on this website are intended only as GUIDELINES and are provided as examples of the type of form that may be used. The Clerk cannot advise whether a form is appropriate for your circumstance. To ensure that you are using the appropriate form and that it is completed correctly, The Clerk recommends that you seek legal counsel.



Procedure for Notarial or Apostille Certification:

The Secretary of State will Apostille or recognize the commission of a Florida notary or a Florida elected official for certain documents.  For more information go to websites.


Payment may be made by credit card at: or by phone at 1-877-794-0052.  When calling by phone be sure to tell the operator that this is for Official Records.  There is a charge for using a credit card.