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|Record Creator:||Pierce County Government, Auditor|
These records include indexes of documents recorded with the Pierce County Auditor in 1975 and from 1984 to the present, with some records from 1973. The miscellaneous recordings are records the county auditor has not categorized into an existing Digital Archives record series. The Pierce County Auditor's office transfers recently recorded documents periodically.
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|Document Types:||Abandonment, Abstract, Additional Advance, Affidavit, Amend Lis Pendens, Amended Federal Tax Lien, Amendment, Amendment Of Contract, Amendment Of Lien, Appointment, Articles Of Incorporation, Assignment, Assignment Certificate, Assignment Of Funds, Assignment Of Judgment, Assignment Of Wages, Bill Of Sale, Birth Certificate, Bond, Bond Release, Building Use Affidavit, Bulk Transfer, By Laws, Cancellation, Cert Cost Demo Bldgs, Cert Payment & Release, Certificate, Certificate Of Compliance, Certificate Of Non Attach Of Federal Tx Lien, Certificate Of Noncompliance, Certificate Of Sale Of Seized Property, Certificate Of Water Rights, Chattel Lien, Collect Fin Guarantee, Complaint, Consent, Contract, Conversion Agreement, Custody Agreement, Death Certificate, Declaration, Dedication , Designation Of Agent, Directive To Physicians, Docket, Employment Security Lien, Estate Tax Release, Extension Agreement, Federal Tax Lien, Financing Statement, Findings, Franchise, Gift, Going Out Of Business, Indenture, Inheritance Tax Release, Inheritance Tax Return, Judgment, Lease, Lease Termination, Letter, Letters Testamentary, Lien, Lis Pendens, List Of Creditors, Living Trust, Memorandum Of Merger, Mining Claim, Miscellaneous, Modification Of Contract, Name Change, Note, Note Professional Service, Notice, Notice Of Claim, Notice Of Completion, Notice Of Default, Option, Order, Parcel Condition, Partial Release, Partial Release Of Federal Tax Lien, Partial Rls Lis Pendens, Partial Satisfaction Of Employment Security Lien, Partial Satisfaction Of Judgment, Partial Satisfaction Of Lien, Patent, Pdc C Series Forms, Pdc F Series Forms, Pdc L Series Forms, Pdc Lobbist Registration, Permit, Petition, Probate, Promissory Note, Proof Of Labor, Refiled Federal Tax Lien, Release, Release Federal Tax Lien, Release Of Claim, Release Of Distraint, Release Of Interest, Release Of Liablility, Release Of Lis Pendens, Release Of Notice, Release Of Order, Release Of Redemption, Release Redemption Right, Relinquish Contract, Relinquish Water Rights, Request, Rescission, Restriction, Revocation, Revocation Of Release Of Federal Tax Lien, Rider, Right Of 1St Refusal, Rls Danger Bldg Complaint, Rls Title Elim Fr Real, Sale Leasehold Interest, Satisfaction Of Employment Security Lien , Satisfaction Of Judgment, Satisfaction Of Lien, Schedule Of Property, Separation Agreement, Special Execution, Statement, Subordination Of Federal Tax Lien, Substitution Of Liability, Tax Anti Redemption, Title Elimination App, Title Reinstatement, Title Transfer In Location, Trust Agreement, Waiver, Wetland Approval App, Will, Withdrawal Of Fed Tax Lien, Writ Of Attachment, Writ Of Execution|
|Access Restriction Notes:||These records are open for research.|
|Sources of Transfer||Pierce County Auditor Recording Department
|Agency History:||Named after President Franklin Pierce, the Oregon Territorial Legislature organized Pierce County from a portion of Thurston County in 1852. Pierce County is located in the west central portion of the state, just south of King County. The county seat was initially chosen to be at Steilacoom. Steilacoom was chosen not only for being the location of the first U.S. Military Base on the Puget Sound, but was also the only town in Washington with a jail. Tacoma became the county seat in 1880, and this county seat holder is now the largest city in Pierce County and the third largest city in Washington. Pierce County is home to Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in the State of Washington.|
|Preferred Citation:||[Identification of item], Pierce County Auditor, Miscellaneous Recordings, 1975; 1984-Present, Washington State Archives, Digital Archives, http://digitalarchives.wa.gov, [date accessed].|
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