Land Recordings



Effective January 1, 2024, the County Clerk's fee schedule reflects new fees. Click here​​ to review the changes.

​​​​​​​​​​To record a Land Record, the document must be an original or clerk certified copy. It must be signed and notarized. Please refer to the Land Recording Fee Schedule.

To look up a Recorded Document go to Collin County, Texas: Deed Search

  • Searc​h by Name, Instrument Number or Volume/Page.
    • Property records recorded from January 2006 through April 2022 contain a zero at the end of the instrument number. The instrument number contains 17 digits and begins with the year month day recorded (example: 20100505000078890).
    • Moving forward, the instrument number for property records recorded as of May 2, 2022 contain 13 digits and begin with the year recorded (example: 2022000568323).
  • If you only know the physical address, first look up the details of the property on the Collin Central Appraisal District website.
  • You may also view subdivision maps and abstract maps on the Collin CAD website.


Bond Information Sheet.pdfBond Information Sheet
Bond to Indemnify Fees.pdfBond to Indemnify Fees
Bond to Indemnify Requirements.pdfBond to Indemnify Requirements
hb2930.pdfHouse Bill 2930
Land Recording Fees.pdfLand Recording Fees
Notice of Fee Changes.pdfNotice of Fee Changes Effective January 1, 2024
Plat Recording Fees.pdfPlat Recording Fees
Plat Requirements for Collin County.pdfPlat Requirements for Collin County