RNS Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Recording Notification Service?

Is there a fee to subscribe?

How does the Recording Notification Service work?

My last name is very common; will I receive notification alerts that could possibly belong to someone else?

My name is spelled differently on occasion; how would I enter it?

How long does my name or parcel stay on the Recording Notification Service list?

What documents will I be notified about through the Recording Notification Service?

What information is provided in a recording notification alert email?

I received an alert on my property, how can I obtain a copy?

If a document is recorded on my property, does the Recorder's Office take any legal action?

I received an alert, what does the type of document mean?

Does this service prevent someone from recording a document on my property?

What should I do if I think I have been subject to fraud?

I own multiple homes and/or properties in several different counties; will one subscription entry in one county cover me for all counties?

Does this integrate with any online monitoring services (i.e. LifeLock)?

How do I sign up, modify my subscription, or unsubscribe to this service?

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.