About Land Records and Deeds in West Virginia
Deeds, mortgage documents, easements, liens, powers of attorney, and other document recordings are managed by the County Clerk in each West Virginia county.
Like most states West Virgiinia's public records, including deeds, land records, and other recorded documents are managed and maintained by the individual West Virginia County Clerk's office.
Most deeds, land records and other recorded documents in West Virginia are public records. Many county clerk's provide general information about these documents online; however many do not provide online access to these records. Generally, access to these documents are only available by vising the West Virginia County Clerk's office in person.
Some Offices my provide online access through third parties; however, you may be charged a fee to access these documents. If you would like more inforamtion, please use this website as a tool to find contact information for your patiuclar West Virginia County Clerk.
- Deeds of Trust
- Liens (Judgements - Child Advocate - State and Federal)
- Church Trustees
- Cemetery Deeds
- Military Discharges - Restricted Access ***
- Trustees Report of Sale - Foreclosures
- Plat Maps