Alicia A. Seigler, Recorder of Deeds
Office location: 1 North Main Street, Mifflintown
Postal address: P.O. Box 68, Mifflintown, PA 17059
COVID-19 PRESS RELEASE
Effective June 1, 2020
ALL CDC GUIDELINES WILL BE FOLLOWED
SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES WILL BE FOLLOWED
MASKS AND/OR FACE COVERINGS WILL BE REQUIRED
The current practice of placing documents to be recorded or filed in the drop off box at the entrance to the Courthouse and sending documents through the mail will continue.
MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS:
All applications will be by appointment only. Please contact the office for details.
All probates will be by appointment only. For now, probates will be processed during a Zoom meeting. Please contact the office for details.
Recording: Mail in documents is the preferred method and the most convenient/safest for all involved. For walk-ins a drop off box will be located at the entrance of the courthouse for recording land records. The documents will be processed in the order that they are received. Documents will be returned either by mail or the recorder’s office will call the customer to schedule a pick-up time.
Notary Public Commissions: Please contact the Recorder of Deeds office to make an appointment to be sworn-in for your commission.
THE ABOVE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANYTIME.
Recorder of Deeds Fee Schedule
The Juniata County Register and Recorder has many different roles which include the Recorder of Deeds, the Register of Wills and the Clerk of Orphans’ Court.
The Recorder of Deeds office handles all transactions dealing with real estate. This includes the recording of deeds, mortgages, and various miscellaneous items, such as right of ways, easements, power of attorney, leases, UCC’s (secured transactions), notary bonds, drafts of survey and subdivision plans, mortgage releases, satisfactions, postponements and assignments.
REMOTE ACCESS OF RECORDS NOW AVAILABLE!
Our records are available online through landex.com. You may either sign up to use the remote services as a customer or one time users can simply use the web store search. To search records online visit Landex.