A multiple title document is a single document that contains more than one transaction, where each transaction could stand on its own and requires separate entries in our index. Per RCW 36.18.010 each transaction in a single document that meets this definition requires a separate recording fee. The fee is calculated for each type of transaction/title listed on your document. You can help minimize the confusion of multiple title documents by being very clear about what the intent of your document is, and how many actions it contains. A complete explanation of how recording fees are calculated for multiple title documents can be found here .
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Most office supply or stationery stores carry certain legal forms. The recording requirements are found under
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We cannot tell you who the owner of a piece of property is by parcel number or street address. Please contact the Whatcom County Assessor’s Office via phone at 360-778-5050 or
We do not have birth or death records. Please contact the Whatcom County Health Department via phone at 360-778-6000 or online.
Veteran service records and marriage records are not viewable online.
Documents will not be available online for viewing until the document has been indexed. This could be anywhere from 24 hours to 5 days. Please refer to the indexed through date.
Images begin 1975 with the exception of veteran service records and marriage records. Images that are not available through the records search can be requested in person, on the phone or by mail. Information on how to request a copy can be found here: Copy Request
The website is made available in order for the public to obtain information regarding the documents that are on file in the Whatcom County Auditor’s Office. You can request a certified copy by mail or come into the Whatcom County Auditor’s Office. Copy of a Document.
You cannot remove the documents from view. Recorded documents are public records and can be viewed by anyone who comes to the Whatcom County Auditor’s Office. The online Digital Research Room makes the same documents available via the internet that are available in the office.