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Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court

Recording Department

3315 Tamiami Trail East, Ste. 102

Naples, FL 34112-5324

(239) 252-2646


Official Records & Recording



Recording Forms

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ACH Authorization Form This form is used in conjunction with the Deposit Account
Agreement to allow online transfers to the Clerk to satisfy
e-recording requests.

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Declaration of Domicile (F.S 222.17) This form is used as a sworn affidavit as of one’s intent of

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Deed Consideration Info Sheet This form should be completed to provide necessary information
when transferring interest in real property. This form will not
be recorded.

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Deposit Account Agreement This form is used to establish a deposit account with the
Collier Clerk of Courts & Comptroller.

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Home Solicitation Permit Instructions (F.S. 501) Instructions to apply for Home Solicitation Permit.
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Home Solicitation Sales Permit Application (F.S. 501) This application is for applicants who wish to obtain a Home
Solicitation Sales Permit, required for individuals who engage
in certain door-to-door solicitation activities that sell, lease
or rent consumer goods or services with a purchase price in
excess of $25.

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Notice of Commencement (F.S. 713.13) This form is used when improvements are made to real property
when the project cost is greater than $2,500.

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Request for Redaction of Exempt Personal Information from
Non-Judicial Public Records (F.S. 119)
This form is used to request personal information removed from
the records maintained by Collier County Clerk’s Office.

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