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Register of Deeds

Available to the public by phone and email Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Call: 910-678-7775
Visit: www.ccrod.org for detailed information on operations.

Vitals – Available Services

  • Online Vitals ‐ Certified Copies Only (Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates)
    Please use the link on our website under Vital Records – “Get Certificate Now”
  • Mail Requests for Births, Deaths & Marriages
  • Issuance of Marriage License by appointment only, On‐Line Marriage License application MUST be filled out and submitted PRIOR to making an appointment – call 910-678‐7795

In a recently passed SB 704, there have been a number of issues due to Covid‐19 that have
affected the citizens of our state and the following is now in effect:

  • Section 4.13(b) extends marriage license expiration to 120 days, for licenses issued
    after February 1 and before August 1.

    Any Marriage License issued during this time period will now be good for 120 days
    instead of the usual 60 days. We hope that this will be a benefit to those that have
    had to postpone marriages for a variety of reasons.

VitalsUnavailable Services

  • EBRS – Birth Certificates from another county
  • Issuance of DD214. Please contact the Cumberland County Veterans Services Office at 910-677‐2970

Real EstateAvailable Services

  • Electronic Recordings – Must have Memorandum of Understanding on file
  • Recording of Documents by mail
  • Requests of Certified Documents only by mail
  • Notary Oaths by appointment only – Notaries now have 90 days to take the Oath for Commissions granted between March 9 – August 1, 2020

Real Estate Unavailable Services

  • Notary Authentications
  • Notary Oaths
    (If your notary appointment letter will be expiring within 30 days – contact our office 910-678-7773)

As custodians and managers of large numbers of public records, we are proud to provide answers to any questions you may have regarding our office. The Register of Deeds office exists primarily to enable the owner of an interest in property to give public notice of that ownership. Our Land Records date back to 1754, which was the official beginning of Cumberland County.

We also house many other public records, such as notary oaths, births, deaths and marriage licenses. We are pleased to record military discharges (DD214's) free of charge to our retired military.

The General Statutes of North Carolina govern the Register of Deeds. We are responsible for the maintenance, integrity and safekeeping of all public records for which we are legally entrusted. Our office is committed to proper enforcement of these laws as we strive to provide the highest level of customer service.

J. LEE WARREN, JR.
REGISTER OF DEEDS

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Lee Warren
Phone: 910-678-7775
Fax: 910-323-1456
Address: County Courthouse
117 Dick Street, Room 114
Director: J. Lee Warren Jr.
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