Recorded Documents


AB1466 - Restrictive Covenant

Pursuant to Government Code §12956.1

If this document contains any restriction based on age, race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, familial status, marital status, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, national origin, source of income as defined in subdivision (p) of Section 12955, or ancestry, that restriction violates state and federal fair housing laws and is void, and may be removed pursuant to Section 12956.2 of the Government Code by submitting a “Restrictive Covenant Modification” form, together with a copy of the attached document with the unlawful provision redacted to the County Recorder’s office.

Military Discharges (DD-214)

This service allows you to search, view, record or receive copies of Military Discharge documents (DD-214) which have been recorded in San Luis Obispo County.

Recorded Document Copies

This service allows you to obtain copies of recorded documents. Documents recorded in the Clerk-Recorder office are known as "Official Records".

Recorded Documents Search

This service allows you to search for recorded documents. Documents recorded in the Clerk-Recorder's Office are officially known as Official Records. The grantor-grantee index identifies the instruments recorded in this county relating to real property. To view the index, use the recorded documents self-service portal. The index is available online; however, to view images of the Official Records you will need appear in person or purchase copies on-line or by mail.

The Clerk-Recorder's Office recently created this helpful video for anyone wanting to do an online title search:

Recording an Official Document

This service allows you to record an instrument related to real property as an Official Record. 

Before presenting your document for recording, make sure it meets Recording Requirements found in our Frequently Asked Questions section below.