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Register of Deeds

Register of Deeds Book Conversion

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Fri, Jun 14th

Recording Fees return to $30

Effective January 1, 2013, the fee to record documents in Sauk County will be $30 per document.  As part of Wisconsin Act 314, counties are allowed to collect an additional $5 for redaction of SSNs, making the fee to record a document in  Sauk County $30. 

Recording fees to change on January 1st, 2013

  Sauk County will resume collecting the $5 redaction fee (per Wisconsin Act 314) on January 1st, 2013  As of that date, the recording fee will again be $30 per document, with the exception of subdivision/condo plats ($50). 

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Please be advised that 2009 Wisconsin Act 314 was passed into law and becomes effective June 25, 1010. This law changes the recording fee of $11.00 for the first page plus $2.00 for each additional page to a flat fee of $30.00. Documents received on or after June 25, 2010 that do not include $30.00 will be returned.

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Property and Deed Information

Property and Deed information

Vital Records

Where to obtain vital records:
  • Birth/Death records in Wisconsin:
    • Register of Deeds office in the county where the birth or death occurred 
    • State of Wisconsin Vital Records (see link below)
  • Divorce judgment records in Wisconsin:
    • Clerk of Courts in the county where the event occurred
    • State of Wisconsin Vital Records (see link below)
  • Birth, Death and Divorce Judgment records in

RoD's Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Where can I purchase a plat book? A. The treasurer's office. Q. Where do I go to find out who owns a piece of property? A. The treasurer's office can find a property owner by the address.