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Recorder of Deeds

Robin Robinson, Recorder of Deeds

Bucks County deed book records are now open online dating back to 1684!

The responsibility of the Bucks County Recorder of Deeds Office is to record and maintain for permanent record all documents related to real estate (deeds, mortgages, subdivision plans, etc.) and various other documents such as veterans' discharges, notary public commissions, etc. The office is open to the public on weekdays from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM; however we request that all documents for recording are submitted by 4:00 PM.

Fraud Alert System
The Bucks County Recorder of Deeds office is now offering the new Bucks County Fraud Alert System to all residents of Bucks County.  The fraud alert system will be free to anyone who would like to sign-up for the service.
More information about the Fraud Alert System
Robin Robinson displaying a preserved Deed Book.Sign Up for the Fraud Alert System

Adopt a Book

Want to check out original deeds between William Penn and other landowners? Or how about post Civil War Documents, made with recycled uniforms? Click the link above to learn more about these historic books.

Search records from 1684 to present online. Access this feature by going to
www.landex.com. (Fee charged)

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About the Office
The Bucks County Recorder of Deeds office houses records from 1684 to the present. The office is no longer preparing bound books, but all official records are retained in microfilm and microfiche modes. For your protection and accurate permanent record, all documents are filmed and the original documents are retained until the indices and records are verified. For this reason, it generally takes about three weeks for the original papers to be returned. The Recorder of Deeds Office is the only one in the Courthouse to return original papers. The papers are sent back to the person who recorded them, in most cases a Title Company or Attorney. If you have not received your papers after two months, contact the person or firm who recorded them for you. We must have a self-addressed envelope if they are to be returned by mail.

Recorder of Deeds News
News Bulletin - Coronavirus Edition
Recording News - Spring 2020

Comcast Newsmakers with Robin Robinson:

December 2019 - The Connection between Luxenbourg and Bucks County

October 2019 - Preserving Historic Deeds

April 2019 - Historic Books on Tour

April 2019 - Deed Scams

January 2019 - Fraud Alert System

January 2019 - Restoring Historic Books

The Recorder of Deeds Office handles as many as 25 different kinds of documents in addition to deeds and mortgages. Some of them include mausoleum permits, sewer permits, cattle brands and filings under the UCC Code. For a complete list, ask for the Fee Schedule.

The Recorder of Deeds Office records Military Discharge records. When the papers are recorded, you are provided with three certified copies, in the event you need them for various veterans benefits. There is no fee for filing your Military Discharge papers since the fee is paid by the County. No one but the veteran, his family,. or a veteran organization official is permitted to look at these records.

For additional information please contact the Recorder of Deeds Office at 215-348-6209.






Bucks County Office of Recorder of Deeds
Robin Robinson, Recorder of Deeds
Kristin Nielsen, 1st Deputy
Dianne C. Magee, Solicitor

Bucks County Courthouse
55 East Court St, 6th Floor (New Location)
Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 215-348-6209