Leon H. Rideout, Registrar
55 School Street , Suite 103
Lancaster, New Hampshire 03584
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
E-Recording 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
In-Office Recording 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
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Coos County Searching County Records
The Registry records are indexed by the name of the individual(s) to a transaction. Whether you are searching for a deed or a lien, you must have a name to begin the search. This applies to locating deeds, mortgages, etc. as well as surveys of properties. An approximate date of the transaction would be useful in hastening the search, but not absolutely necessary. If only the property location is known, you need to contact the town or city office where the property is located to determine who is the owner.
If you are looking for a deed and know the party purchasing the property, you would search for them as grantee in the time period the transaction took place. If you know the party that sold the property, you would search for them as the grantor in the time period the transaction took place.
If you are searching for liens against the property owner, you would search for them as the grantor, as a lien is a right to retain property for payment of some debt, obligation or duty whether giving voluntarily such as a mortgage or involuntarily, such as a attachment. If searching for a release or discharge, you would need to search for them as the grantee.
If you are looking for a plan on a piece of property you can search for them as the grantor . All plans are indexed.
Once the name has been located in the index, a book and page will be listed. You may enter the book and page into a computer to view the documents.
WE WILL explain how the records are indexed, but WE WILL NOT search the records for you, interpret documents or give you legal advice as to how to prepare documents.