HOKE COUNTY
REGISTER OF DEEDS
Location - Courthouse / Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
For additional information give us a call - 910-875-2035


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Welcome to the Register of Deeds Office where
"Serving you is a pleasure".

The office of the Register of Deeds is constitutional, but the duties are statutory, and the legislature may, within reasonable limits change the duties and diminish the emoluments of the office, if the public welfare so requires.

A Register of Deeds shall be elected in each county of the State by the qualified voters of the county. The Register of Deeds shall serve for a term of four years.

The responsibilities of this office is to maintain access to public records, maintenance and repair of records and to assist the general public in records of real estate recordings, maps and plats, personal property records, births, marriages and death certificates.

There are many miscellaneous records and duties the office performs as stated in the following description of documents recorded, certified and indexed in the Register of Deeds office. Click here for list of documents.

The uniform fees of Registers of Deeds as provided in G.S. 161-10. All fees collected under this section shall be deposited into the county general fund. In the performance of his duties, the register of deeds shall collect the following fees which shall be uniform throughout the State: Click here for a Fee Schedule.

Listed below are different types of applications and requirement information:

  • Notary Public Application
  • Deed of Trust Cancellation Method
  • Marriage License Requirements
  • UCC (Uniform Commercial Code)
  • Filing an Assumed Name (DBA)
  • Correction instruments with explanation sheet