Customers seeking files will pay for them immediately after officials clear up $150,000 in backlogged fees




If you want a copy of a property deed to finalize a home sale or settle a will, you will no longer be able to run a tab at a county office.

The county recorder’s office, which keeps track of property lines, mortgages and deeds, recently collected delinquent copy fees that totaled $150,000.

And officials say no more IOUs will be accepted. If you need to make a copy of a document, you will have to pay up.

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