Yes, however, it is highly recommended that you retain the services of an attorney.
Pender County Real Estate records go back to 1875.
We cannot file an out of county or state birth, death, or marriage.
If the divorce took place in Pender County, you may obtain a copy at the Clerk of Court’s office on the first floor of the Courthouse.
No, North Carolina General Statutes strictly prohibits the staff of the Register of Deeds from performing title searches.
August 1, 1991- Present:
$2.00 per $1,000.00
1969- July 1991:
$1.00 per $1,000.00
Prior to 1969:
$1.10 per $1,000.00
Yes, all information in our office is public record, with the exception of military discharges.
We cannot research property by address. Visit Pender County GIS website at http://gis.pendercountync.gov, online services, and then GIS Land Records.
You may come into our office or visit our website at: www.pendercountync.gov/rod.
Wills are filed in the Pender County Clerk of Court’s office. Please call (910) 663-3900.