What is the Recording Notification Service?
Recording Notification Service is a free service offered by the Recorder’s office that alerts citizens via email when a document is recorded in their name. To learn more, click here.
Is there a fee to subscribe?
No. The Recorder’s office provides the Recording Notification Service at no charge.
How does the Recording Notification Service work?
On the Recording Notification Service sign up page, you may enter up to 5 name variations and parcel numbers per email address. When a document is recorded with a name and/or parcel number that is being monitored, an email will automatically be sent to the provided email address.
Can I add more than five names?
Currently, only five names and five parcel numbers may be assigned to one email address. Additional names or parcel numbers must be assigned to a different email address.
My last name is very common; will I receive notification alerts that could possibly belong to someone else?
It is very possible to receive an alert that may actually pertain to another individual with the same last name (and first name) as you. Please double check the parcel number to verify that the parcel number you are monitoring matches the notification.
My name is spelled differently on occasion; how would I enter it?
For cases like this, it is highly recommended you enroll each variation your name is being spelled. For notification alerts to be sent, name spelling must match exactly.
How long does my name or parcel stay on the Recording Notification Service list?
Your name will remain on the notification list indefinitely. You may edit the contents at any time.
How do I sign up, modify my subscription, or unsubscribe to this service?
To sign up, modify subscription, or unsubscribe from this service, please click here.
What documents will I be notified about through the Recording Notification Service?
The Recording Notification Service alerts you to newly recorded documents only, i.e: documents that are recorded after you have signed up. To search documents already recorded under your name, click here
What information is provided in a recording notification alert email?
The recording alert will identify the name or parcel number registered in the subscription and a link directing you to the recorded Document Details page on the Clark County Recorder website. By clicking on the link, you can see what type of document was recorded, and purchase a copy, as needed.
I received an alert on my property, how can I obtain a copy
Please visit the Recorder’s Search Records page to purchase a copy.
I received an alert, what does the document mean?
Per NRS 7.285, the Recorder’s Office is prohibited from interpreting the contents of the document or providing legal assistance. We recommend seeking your personal legal counsel for any questions regarding the contents of the document
Does this service prevent someone from recording a document on my property?
No. This service will only notify the subscriber of a recorded document based on the enrolled name or parcel number. Our office must record all documents that meet the requirements outlined in the Nevada Revised Statues
What should I do if I think I have been subject to fraud?
We recommend contacting local law enforcement and seeking assistance from legal counsel.
I own multiple homes and/or properties in several different counties; will one subscription entry in one county cover me for all counties?
No. You must subscribe to each county individually (if the service is available).
Does this integrate with any online monitoring services (i.e. LifeLock)?
No. This is a separate service that will only notify the subscriber of a recorded document based on the enrolled name or parcel number.
RNS service is a courtesy to inform the customer of any document recordings that may occur. If there is an error in the indexing of the document, the customer may also be notified in error. If the customer has questions or concerns, they can contact our office at RecRNS@ClarkCountyNV.gov. You may also contact our office at (702)455-2844.