Register of Deeds
The Register of Deeds is elected by the people and serves a four-year term. This office records, indexes, and stores all real estate and business related documents that are presented for registration. This includes issuing marriage licenses and certified copies of birth and death records.
What This Department Does Not Do
Deed – A signed and usually sealed instrument containing some legal transfer, bargain, or contract.
Conveyance – The transfer of title to real property from one person to another.
Plat – A scale-sized drawing of parcels or lots of land. Created by a survey, a plat defines a property’s size and boundaries.
Title Search – A comprehensive research process which analyzes property status information, including ownership, liens, deeds, mortgages, and history.
Denise A. Hall, Register of Deeds
153 Courthouse Road, Suite 600
Currituck, NC 27929
Email: Send Denise Hall an email.
The Register of Deeds office is located at the Currituck Judicial Center, 2801 Caratoke Highway, Suite 300, Currituck, NC (approximately 13 miles south of the NC/VA line)
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.