The Office of the County Recorder is the Legal Custodian for all (land) records affecting REAL PROPERTY existing within the political boundaries of Lac qui Parle County; for most tax lien records affecting our County residents; and for maintaining the databases thereof. The Recorder is also the legal custodian for Lac qui Parle County:
- Marriage records
- Military Discharge records
- Resident Notary Public Commission filings
- Ordination/Minister Credential filings
Birth and Death Records: We also accept application requests for certified copies of MN State Birth and Death records on behalf of the MN Department of Health. See “Vital Records for Birth, Death, Marriage: Application Forms & Fees” for more information.
Marriage License Application: You may apply directly for a Marriage license if planning for a wedding ceremony to occur anywhere within the State of Minnesota. If applying at Lac qui Parle County, your official marriage record will always remain at Lac qui Parle County!
Online Real Estate Record Access: Lac qui Parle County provides an online subscription service to access our Abstract Real Estate Record images and indexes through our “iDoc” program. To inquire about the program or to establish an online doc access account, contact Josh at 320-598-3724 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Access is permitted only through established accounts at http://idoc.lqpco.com/
Please phone, fax, email, or visit us with any requests and we will find the best way to accommodate your needs. Please note we are able to accept cash, check and CREDIT CARD payments.
Contact the Recorder’s Office
Joshuah Amland – County Recorder
Julie Wollschlager – Chief Deputy