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Tornado victims: Get needed property documents from Register of Deeds at no charge

3/6/2020
Terry Quillen, 615-862-6790

Paperwork that could help in applying for insurance benefits

Victims of this week’s deadly tornado can get property documents — which they may need for insurance and mortgage purposes — from the Davidson County Register of Deeds office. Copies of deeds and other documents are available at no charge to those affected by the storm.

“Some of those hit by the storm may have lost important paperwork on their property,” said Davidson County Register of Deeds Karen Johnson. “As they file claims for damages, they’ll need their documents.

“Our office is more than happy to provide free copies of their deeds and any other needed property documents that we have on file.”

The Register of Deeds office is located inside Bridgestone Arena at 501 Broadway. Free parking is provided for the office’s customers on Broadway between 6th and 7th Avenues in front of First Baptist Church. For information, call 615-862-6790.