Register of Deeds
Welcome to the Davie County Register of Deeds website!
We are currently operating under our normal business hours of 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. You may mail in your requests, call our office at (336) 753-6080, or physically come into the office for assistance. Should you choose to come into our office in person, please remember the 3 W’s: Wait 6 feet apart, Wear a mask, and Wash your hands frequently.
At any time, click one of links on the left to take you to important information regarding our services.
Who is the “Register of Deeds” and what does the “Register of Deeds Office” do?
The Register of Deeds is an elected official chosen by the people to serve as custodian and protector of the county’s important records.
The Register of Deeds Office is responsible for recording, indexing, maintaining, and preserving all real estate documents like deeds, deeds of trust, assignments, and satisfactions, as well as, indexing plat maps, recording Power of Attorney forms, and often recording some civil memorandums and agreements. The office also issues marriage licenses and provides certified copies of vital records (such as birth, death, and marriage certificates) upon request. Further, the Register of Deeds Office oversees all Notary Public appointments and administers the Notary Oath for all incoming notaries within the county. Last, but not least, the Register of Deeds Office records, maintains, and preserves all military discharge papers for veterans, as well as, indexes UCC filings, and records Certificates of Assumed Name forms for small businesses.
Davie County’s land records date all the way back to 1837 and Davie County’s first marriage license dates back to 1868. The Davie County Register of Deeds Office is committed to protecting and preserving these records in order to secure the integrity of the documents for all time. We remain ready and willing to help all citizens and will continue to be knowledgeable in our field, courteous to our patrons, and efficient in our work to bring you remarkable customer service.
- How do I begin E-Filing with Davie County Register of Deeds Office?
- Do you need an appointment to apply for a marriage license?
- Do you notarize documents?
- Do you file wills and probate estates?
- Does your office have blank document forms?
- What is the telephone number for Davie County Clerk of Court?
- Does your office close for lunch?