Document prices vary based on type

If your list of errands includes a stop at county offices for a copy of your deed and copies of court records, don’t expect to pay the same price.

While one county office may charge as little as a dime for copies, another could charge as much as $1 per page. The difference often comes from what is set in state statutes to pay to preserve the documents kept on file, sometimes for centuries.

What you will pay depends on what you need:

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