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What records can I access? The following information is available to you either in our office or on the Internet:

  • Grantor-Grantee (name) Index from January, 1991
  • Tract (legal description) Index for all platted land, condominiums, and Certified Survey Maps beginning June 2, 1997
  • Tract (legal description) Index for all unplatted land and Town of Oneida beginning June 2, 1998
  • Images are available for all documents from 1945 to present.
  • Images of all recorded subdivision plats, condominiums, and certified survey maps are also available.
  • All sewer, utilities, and annexations are posted in the Miscellaneous Index only.  This index is available in our office.
  • All other recordings (back to our first recording from 1825) are available in the manual books in our office.

What equipment do I need? For technical requirements, click here.

What are the fees? There are two options for Dsily user accounts:

  • Option One:  The index information is available at no cost. When an image is viewed or printed, the cost is the statutory fee of $2 for the first page and $1 for each additional page per document. A minimum account deposit of $50.00 is required at the time of account set up.  This deposit is then used to pay for your document copy fees. If you no longer choose to have an account, your account balance is refundable.
  • Option Two:  The cost is $700 per month, per account, payable in advance, which allows the user unlimited access to the indexes and images contained in LandShark.

Do I need to sign an agreement? Yes. Print out the appropriate agreement and submit to the Register of Deeds Office along with your escrow deposit/payment

To get a copy of the Online agreement:

Are there disclaimers I should read? Yes, Click Disclaimer.

How do I set up my search? As with any system, you will need to determine the best strategy for finding your information. For more suggestions on how to search using LandShark, click here.

How do I access Daily LandShark? After the Register of Deeds office receives your completed agreement form, the Register of Deeds office will assign you a user name and password that you can use to access Landshark.

Who do I contact for more information about LandShark? Send an Email to the Outagamie County Register of Deeds.

Access to, and use of, this web service is subject to the terms and conditions of the Disclaimer and all applicable laws and regulations, including laws and regulations governing copyrights and trademarks.

Regular business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 - 4:30.  

Real Estate Recordings received after 4:00, will be recorded the next business day

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Now Available: Self Registration Option to obtain copies of Real Estate Documents.  Use our credit card processing application for downloading document images. Click Register

Parcel Numbers are required on all documents presented for recording per Outagamie County Ordinance Number I-2017-18.

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Grantor/Grantee (search by name) Indexes start in January, 1991

The index/image is not construed to be true & complete; rather, it is a working copy subject to error, omission & future modification.

Please check the MISCELLANEOUS INDEX in the ROD office (and posted to ColorTract thru the end of February 2022) for documents that contain vague legal descriptions or legal descriptions too extensive to be posted in the tract index (i.e., Railroad documents after 12/12/1988, street vacations, annexations, certificates of incorporation, easements that cover multiple parcels over a large area, etc.) 

 Examples of Documents that are NOT entered in the tract index: 

  • Assignment of Easement recorded 11/9/2000 as Document No. 1385887
  • Transfer of Easement Rights recorded 8/5/2004 as Document No. 1626068
  • Village of Greenville Certificate of Incorporation recorded 1/25/2021 as Document No. 2221584, and Certificate of Boundary Line Change recorded 7/13/2021 as Document No. 2240779


NOTICE:  Outagamie County currently has a third party working on a back indexing project for documents recorded from 1979-1989.  Information will appear in the index, but we are unable to confirm its accuracy until we verify the entries.   As always, please do not rely on the index for searching purposes and refer to the original document for the most accurant information.  The Tract Index as well as the Grantor/Grantee Index books can be found in ColorTract for the most accurate searching information.

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