1. ALL data
entered on the search criteria screen must match for a document to be found.
2. Grantor and Grantee names are entered in the
form shown by the example: "SMITH JOHN"
3. To find Grantor or Grantee names where you
are not sure if name is first or middle name, search for "SMITH%JOHN".
This will find "SMITH JOHN" and "SMITH
4. Dates are entered in the form
5. Generally, searches by Grantor or Grantee or
recording information will be more reliable then property searches
(Subdivision/Block/Lot or Abstract/Acres). If you perform Subdivisions/Block/Lot
searches, then include the block and/or lot on the search to avoid timeout
errors due to the retrieval of thousands of matches.
6. The Brief Legal field is for information only
and cannot be reliably used as a search field.
7. Appraisal/Assessor data is
posted where a matching deed was found. Therefore, Appraisal field searches will
not find every record that exists for that property, only those records that
match the Appraisal data for the year or years posted.