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Lookup Public Records in Erie County, Pennsylvania. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges. Erie County is located in the US State of Pennsylvania. The county was formed in 1800 and named after parts of Allegheny County; attached to Crawford County until 1803. The county seat is Erie. According to the US Census Bureau, in 2016, county had a population of approximately 276 207people. According to the US Census Bureau, county has a total area of 1 558 square miles, of which 799 square miles are is land and 759 square miles is water. Erie County borders following counties: Haldimand County, Ontario to the north; Norfolk County, Ontario to the northwest; Chautauqua County, New York to the northeast; Warren County to the southeast; Crawford County to the south and Ashtabula County, Ohio to the southwest. Erie County has 32 zip codes. Zip codes are 16401 16403 16407 16410 16411 16412 16444 16501 16502 16503 16504 16505 16506 16507 16508 16509 16510 16511 16546 16563 16415 16417 16421 16423 16426 16427 16428 16435 16438 16441 16442 and 16443. The most popular zip code is 16509. Eric County Property Records hold information regarding online property and tax records search, assessment contacts information, inquire realty property transfers, assessment documents inquiry and forms downloads and millage rate charts. Erie County Clerk of Records is an office which includes the following departments pursuant to Erie County Home Rule Charter: Clerk of Courts, prothonotary, register of Wills, Marriage License Bureau and Recorder of Deeds. Physical Address of Erie County Clerk of Records Office is: Erie County Courthouse, 140 West 6 Street, Room 120 Erie, PA 16501 Phone: 451-6250 Fax: 451-6213 TDD: 451-6237 Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8: 00 am-4: 30 pm Kenneth J. Gamble is Clerk of Records of Erie County. He can be contacted at 451-6250. The primary duties of the Office of Recorder of Deeds are to review, record and index documents relating to real estate in Erie County and provide public and real estate professions access to those records. The Recorder of Deeds handles a vast array of documents, including Deeds, mortgage, satisfactions, powers of attorney, leases, uniform commercial code filings and many other types of records. This Office also acts as collection agent for the County of Erie, Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, Pennsylvania Department of State and all various townships, boroughs and school districts located within the boundaries of Erie County. The office collects Pennsylvania and local realty transfer tax on all realty transfers. All documents recorded in the office are indexed and scanned into computer system. All documents can be viewed by the general public as well as by individuals or entities involved in the real estate industry. Copies of these documents can also be made by paying a fee.

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City Treasurer

Pay your City of Erie, Pennsylvania property taxes for the current year online using this service. You will need your Index Number or Address Number as well as your Street Name to locate your Erie property Tax records online. Erie City Real Estate Taxes are based on the calendar year from January 1 thru December 31 of the current year. City Tax payments are due and payable on May 31. If you pay your bill on or before the last day of March, you receive a 2% discount. If you pay after May 31, a 10% penalty is added to your taxes until the end of the year. If taxes remain unpaid as of January 1st they will be turned over to the Tax Claim Bureau of Erie County.

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Document Formatting Requirements

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Statutory Recording Fee$45.00
Per written side of page or portion of page$5.00 per page
To file Form TP-584 (NYS Transfer Tax form) (To calculate NYS Transfer tax, see below )$10.00
To file RP-5217 (Real Property Transfer Report) For residential or farm property: For all other properties:{matheq}125.00{endmatheq} 250.00

Deed MUST be acknowledged before the Recorder of Deeds can consider it. Acknowledgment MUST include County and State. The name of the person acknowledging should be given exactly the same as it appears in the document. Other necessary elements are Notary signature, Notary stamp, and Notary expiration date. The Acknowledgment date should be on or after the execution date of the document. 2. The maximum size of page accepted is 8. 5 x 14 inches and the minimum is 8. 5 x 11 inches. Margins should be a minimum of 1-inch and should be free from all markings. 3. A Complete legal description of Real Property MUST be present. 4. The Uniform Parcel Identifier number that has been assigned to Parcel MUST be State on the document. For assistance with this, contact the County Mapping Department. In order for a recorded document to provide constructive Notice under Pennsylvania recording laws, it MUST have a Uniform Parcel Identifier number. 5. A Certificate of Residence, with the grantee's name and mailing address should be attached to the deed. 6. The Deed should state true consideration of Property or should be accompanied by an original Affidavit of Value. If claiming exemption from Taxation, deed MUST be accompanied by an original and fully complete Affidavit of Value. 7. If multiple documents constituting one transaction are submit, order of recording MUST be clearly indicate. The party submitting documents is responsible for any re-recording expenses resulting from improper order of recording. 8. Any corrective documents MUST include reference to the document being correct, as well as the reason for correction. Corrective deed MUST also include Statement of Value and record copy of document being correct. 9. Re-record documents MUST be acknowledged again, and MUST also include the reason for re-recording. 10. When submitting deeds that pertain to property in more than one municipality, percentage of local Transfer Tax for each municipality MUST be State. Statement of Value: Statement of Value is necessary whenever full consideration is not set forth in deed, when deed is without consideration or is by gift, or Tax exemption is claim. A Statement of Value is not required if Transfer is wholly exempt from Tax based on familial relationship or public utility easement. If transfer is between family members, relationship MUST be State on deed. Statement of Value MUST be complete in its entirety and submitted in duplicate with reason for exemption and amount of exemption. A Statement of Value MUST also be submitted for easements and rights-of-ways.

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