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Search and Print Recorded Documents

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Searching and Printing Documents

The Madison County Recorder’s Office is happy to report we have all deeds and miscellaneous documents available to search electronically. All documents in our system are indexed back to 1958 and most are available by book in page before then. The Madison County Recorder’s Staff will not search public records or give any legal opinions. If you know the recording information, you may request copies from our office by walking in or calling our office. To search on your own, we have four options to search with.

Public Search Terminals:

You may come in and use one of our public access computers during normal business hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. One of our staff members will help get you started on the search if you are not already familiar with the Laredo system.


Designed by Fidlar Technologies for users who consistently search in Madison County Indiana. Laredo is a remote access product with your objectives in mind. The innovative technology and 24-hour access to the county’s land records allows you to obtain information faster and more efficiently. Benefits include:

  • Extremely fast searching and viewing of images

  • Real time 24 x 7 access

  • Customizable results screens

  • Same user interface used in the courthouse

  • Support and training services available

For pricing and other information click the Laredo Information button below. To become a Laredo subscriber, download the User Agreement Form using the button below, fill the form out, and email the completed form to


You can search recorded documents using Tapestry at the following link 24 hours a day.

Questions can be answered by the Fidlar support team through the website.


Free Data Only Search:

You can search for specific data at the following link 24 hours a day.

If searching by name, you must put it in exactly the way it would be recorded. Questions can be answered by Fidlar support team found on the website.

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