Trempealeau County indexing information is available free through this link. The free search option allows you to search by party name, document type and date recorded. When searching by date recorded additional criteria is required. If additional criteria are unknown you may enter % as a party name. If you decide that you need to view the actual image of the record then you must use the link for Online Access to Real Estate Records and pay the applicable fee.
Public Access Terminals are available in the Register of Deeds Office, Trempealeau County Courthouse, 36245 Main St., Whitehall, WI. Public Access Terminals are free of charge and are available for use during normal office hours.
There are currently two options available to access records on-line:
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What records can I access in Trempealeau County? The tract index beginning January 1, 1994, Grantor/Grantee beginning January 1, 1990, Federal Tax Liens beginning July 1, 2004 and the document images in the late 1800s are available. In addition, subdivision and condominium plats have been scanned. Please note: Tract and grantor/grantee index prior to the dates listed have not been verified and may contain errors. Document numbers beginning with 99. are computer generated numbers not legal document numbers.
What equipment do I need? Your operating system must be Windows 2000, Windows XP, or above. You must have MS Internet Explorer version 6.0 or higher web browser installed. You will also need video and monitor capable of at least 1024 X 768 resolution and 16 bit high color. If proxy or firewall is used, settings or ports must match Trempealeau County ports.
How much does it cost? Laredo Fees .
How do I use Laredo in Trempealeau County to search subdivisions and Certified Survey Maps? Search Document .
What records can I access? In Trempealeau County the tract index beginning January 1, 1994, Grantor/Grantee beginning January 1, 1990, Federal Tax Liens beginning July 1, 2004 and the document images beginning in the late 1800s, are available. Select other counties on the Tapestry list to find out about their available records. Please note: Tract and grantor/grantee index prior to the dates listed have not been verified and may contain errors. Document numbers beginning with 99. are computer generated numbers not legal document numbers.
What equipment do I need? You need Internet Explorer version 6.0 or later. You also need Adobe's PDF Acrobat Viewer to display document images.
What are the fees? All searches cost $5.95. Each search can give you up to 200 listings. You can look at the detailed information about each document free of charge. If you want to print an image, the cost is 50 cents per page. Printed results are available for $24.95 for selected data sources
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