Copies of Documents

To Get a Copy of Your Deed

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ONLINE – Go to – scroll down and click on the map of Massachusetts. Enter your name and click “Search.” All documents are available online.

BY EMAIL – Send an email to [email protected] with your name and address. We will email back a copy of your deed.

BY PHONE – Call (978) 322-9000 and we will email or mail you a copy of your deed.

NOTE: All document requests must be fulfilled remotely. We will not provide paper copies of ANY documents or plans at the Registry office.

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To get copies of other documents
(Certified copies)

ONLINE – Go to – all documents and plans from 1629 to the present are available for viewing, downloading and printing.

BY REGULAR MAIL – send a written request to Registry of Deeds, 370 Jackson St, Lowell MA 01852 with the document book and page number; the plan book and plan number; or the registered land certificate or document number. The fee for documents by mail is:

  • $15 for a mortgage
  • $5 each for other documents or plans
  • But, call if the (non-mortgage) document requested is longer than 10 pages

Include a check payable to Registry of Deeds for the applicable amount and a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Also include your name, address and phone number so we can contact you with any questions.

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Questions or Problems finding Documents

ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS – Go to – under “Search Records” on the blue menu bar, select “Search Records Instructions” for detailed instructions on finding documents on the registry website.

BY EMAIL – If you cannot find (or read) a document online or for questions about the registry website, email us at [email protected] for assistance.

BY PHONE – Call (978) 322-9000 and we will assist you.

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Middlesex North Registry of Deeds
370 Jackson St.
Lowell, MA 01852
Main Number: (978) 322-9000
Fax Number: (978) 322-9001

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