Grafton County, NH
Kelley J. Monahan, Register
3855 Dartmouth College Highway Box 4 North Haverhill, New Hampshire 03774
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
E-Recording: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Copy Department Email: Graftoncopies@nhdeeds.com
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ELECTRONIC AND REMOTE NOTARIZATION
RSA 456-B (effective February 6, 2022)
New Hampshire laws have changed as of February 6, 2022.
Please refer to the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s website, including any linked pages and FAQs, for complete information.
Additional notarial requirements may be found in the Online Notary Public and Justice of the Peace Manual.
Kelley Monahan Register of Deeds
As of September 1, 2021 The Grafton County Registry of Deeds will no longer provide training to the public for our in house search program Laredo.
Training videos can be found at https://www.fidlar.com/LaredoTrainingVideos.aspx
The Grafton County Registry of Deeds’ recording desk is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00AM-4:00PM for the purposes of obtaining a copy. We are open from 8:00AM-3:30PM for recording a document to allow time to properly record, index and verify the document before end of day.
Our Research Room
Only 3 people will be allowed in the Research Room at any time. Staff will continue to sanitize stations after public use. We strongly encourage wearing masks. Please try to limit your time to 2 hours to allow time for others. Please make use of the public search AVA from the convenience of your home computer.
We strongly encourage you to continue using the following established practices:
• E-file documents electronically
• Mail documents through FedEx, UPS or US Postal Service
• Access Registry records using our website at NHDEEDS.ORG
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work together to keep everyone safe.
Kelley Jean Monahan Register
The Grafton County Registry of Deeds together with our software partner Fidlar Technologies have successfully completed our software and hardware conversions, updates, and trainings. All information on the new applications will be found on the left drop down menu under Search County records after accepting the disclaimer. We will post future webinars to this page as well as on the news page in the Laredo desktop application.
If you have questions or need guidance please call Fidlar Technologies at 563-345-1283
Thank you for your patience during this transition.
Kelley J. Monahan Register of Deeds Grafton County
You can now access records using Tapestry, an alternative “pay as you go” resource, for searching land records.
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The Registry of Deeds Office processes information as it relates to the buying and selling of real property. The recording of important documents is one of the oldest functions performed by government. The recording process is mandated and governed by the law of the State of New Hampshire. The data base of the Grafton County Registry of Deeds contains over 3 million images of documents, and over 23,000 images of subdivision plans and surveys. Only copies obtained from the official Registry of Deeds records are considered to be the official public record. The official records maintained here date from 1773 to present day. At the present time, only 283 books of 4013 remain un-scanned to a digital record. Records from 1773-1879 and 1934 to present day are available digitally.
Grafton County is one of five original Counties established in 1769 by the New Hampshire Legislature. It covers 1,747 square miles and includes 38 towns, one city (Lebanon), and one unincorporated town (Livermore).
A visit to the Registry of Deeds during regular hours enables access to all records. Records from 1960 to present are computerized. Copies are available online with a subscriber account. If you do not have an account, you may pick up copies at our office or mail us a written request along with the appropriate fee.
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