History of Recording

The History of Recording1. Common Law – The concept of recording did not exist under the  common law of England. The English common law relied upon the Latin phrase “prior in tempore potior est in jurell (he who is first in time is preferred in right). 2. Statutory – Relying upon the...

Recording Fees

Recorder’s fees – Idaho Code 31-3205 (1) The county recorder is allowed and may receive for his services, the following fees to be paid him by the party procuring his services:   (a) Except as otherwise set forth in this section, fFor recording every instrument, paper or notice, for the...

Instruments That Can’t Be Recorded

Documents That Should Not Be Recorded 1. Improperly Executed Documents – It is somewhat a matter of common sense that a document must be executed by the party acting within the content of the document for it to be a proper document for recording. I.C. 55-805 would certainly imply such...

Marriage Licenses

Bannock County Marriage Licenses 624 East Center, Room 211 Pocatello, Idaho 83201 (Map & Directions) 208-236-7343 Marriage License Information Marriage Licenses are issued in the Clerk’s Office, Bannock County Courthouse, Room 211. The Clerk’s Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is closed for...

Recorder

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Instruments That Can Be Recorded

Instruments That May Be Recorded     Idaho Code is basically silent on the subject of describing the specific duties of a recorder, and relies upon over 115 disjointed code sections to describe those instruments that “may” be or “should” be recorded. I.C. 312402, entitled “Instruments to be recorded”, is...