Marion County Indiana Recorder's Office now accepting UCC Financing Statements electronically

Customers may now submit initial Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Financing Statements through the county's e-recording partners.
UCC Amendments must still be submitted by mail or in person.  Learn more about e-services offered by the Recorder's Office:
Effective August 1, 2017 recording fees changed in Marion County.
Recording fees for UCC's with 1 or 2 pages are now $6.00 or $10.00 for 3 or more pages. The fee to record mortgages is $65.00 and all other documents are $35.00. These fees only apply to Marion County.
Fee Schedule attached.
With the passage of Senate Enrolled Act 505, all Indiana counties moved to a predictable recording fee structure. The previous fee structure was based on document type and number of pages. Predictable recording fees will reduce rejection rates and provide more timely recording of documents. The additional fee changes in Marion County will also provide resources to support programs to end homelessness.


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