Monday - Friday | 8AM - 5PM
For general information, please call (912) 652-7199
Our office is located in the Tom Coleman Judicial Courthouse at 133 Montgomery Street, 3rd Floor, Room 304. For your convenience, you can also file documents or obtain
copies at our satellite office located at 1117 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah, Ga 31406. Our mailing address for requesting copies and sending in documents for recording is:
Clerk of Superior Court
P.O. Box 10227
Savannah, GA 31412
Clerk of Superior Court
133 Montgomery Street, Room 304
Savannah, GA 31401
The Real Estate Recording Division is a branch of the Superior Court Clerk's office and offers a variety of services to the public. It is responsible for following all federal and state laws regarding receiving, recording, processing, and indexing all documents related to real estate in Chatham County, Georgia. Please be advised that state law prohibits our staff from rendering legal advice, restating the law, or recommending specific ways to pursue legal action (OCGA 15-19-51). The documents we record include, but are not limited to, real estate deeds, liens, plats, UCC filings, Military Discharges, trade names, and partnerships.
Our Garden City Records Center – Archives is an extension of the Superior Court Clerk's Office. This facility is located offsite and is responsible for storing all of the Clerk's office older Criminal, Civil and Domestic files as well as deed books, microfilms, plats/maps and historical records. This location is currently not open to the public, however, you can request records from Garden City through our main office.
When recording real estate documents, all deeds conveying property must have a PT61 form attached. You can fill out form at www.gsccca.org.
*Georgia requires tax parcel identification for all Chatham County property transfers or conveyances as of July 1, 2019 in accordance with House Bill 694 (HB 694).*
**ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE WITNESSED AND NOTARIZED PRIOR TO FILIING IN OFFICE**
The Clerk of Superior Court has partnered with GSCCCA to offer you a new service. You can now request certified copies electronically through eCertification, this service allows you to request certified copies electronically. The following link will take you to the eCertification Portal and tell you how you can get started: https://ecert.gsccca.org/