The Register of Deeds (ROD) records land titles, liens and other documents pertaining to property transactions in Cherokee County. The office is responsible for preserving these records and making them accessible to the public. The Cherokee County Register of Deeds maintains land records dating back to 1897 when the county was created. We offer access to these records free of charge through our online public records search and provide certified copies from our office for a small fee. Please be aware that our staff is unable to provide legal advice or perform title searches.
Documents related to the ownership of real estate within Cherokee County are recorded at the Recorder of Deeds Office. Click here for the Carolina Recorder of Deeds.
Effective August 1, 2019, Act No. 58 amended S. C. Code Section 8-21-310 providing for the schedule of fees to be collected for specified filings and recordings in the office of the Register of Deeds. Fee List