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In the Land Record's Office on the 1st floor of the Wagoner County Courthouse.
Seventy Five cents ($0.75) per each Five Hundred Dollar ($500) increment or fraction thereof, when the full consideration exceeds One Hundred Dollars ($100) in value.
The Board of County Commissioners meets at 9 am every Monday unless it is a Holiday then, they would meet on Tuesday. Click the Calendar link at the top of the page to view exact dates.
The Board of County Commissioners meets in the Commissioner's meeting room on the 2nd floor of the Wagoner County Courthouse.
Yes. As long as it is signed and notarized.
The claimant can file a release of lien, or you may discharge the lien by a cash bond in the amount of 125% of the lien claim amount along with a "Notice of Bond to discharge lien" form. The deposit plus interest earned shall be either returned to the party making the deposit if no action is filed, or paid in accordance with any final judgment rendered by the court.
Yes. Senate Bill 960 which became law July 1, 2002, requires County Clerks to keep DD Form 214 records (Veteran records) separate from records available for public inspection. A record of the names of veterans who have filed DD Forms 214 shall be made available for public inspection. The only person authorized to view and copy the DD Form 214 is:
a. The veteran
b. The veteran's spouse or child
c. A guardian for or a person having power of attorney for the veteran, the spouse or child, upon presentation of a court order showing such.
d. A representative of the United States Department of Veterans
e. A funeral director upon presentation of a contract signed by the person responsible for the funeral costs for the veteran.
f. A person authorized by the court to view or copy the DD Form 214 upon presentation of the court order.
The County Clerk shall record the names and addresses of the above person viewing and/or copying a DD Form 214. The law also says a County Clerk shall not be liable or responsible for any harm or damages that may occur as a result of any person obtaining, copying or viewing a DD Form 214.
You will need to provide supporting documentation for the transfer (ie: Quit claim or warranty deed, death certificate, divorce decree, court order, etc) and complete any required affidavits (ie: affidavit of surviving joint tenant).
This is a very detailed question and we would strongly recommend you consult an attorney about your options including setting up a Trust or completing a Transfer on Death Deed. A Transfer on Death Deed allows the owner of real estate to transfer his/her property to a grantee beneficiary upon his/her death.
You may download the form from the County Clerk Forms menu.