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Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Recording Department
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Ste. 102
Naples, FL 34112-5324
Phone: (239) 252-2646
Email: Official Records & Recording



Recording Forms

Forms Information Link
ACH Authorization Form This form is used in conjunction with the Business Account Agreement to allow online transfers to the Clerk to satisfy e-recording requests. Click Here
Declaration of Domicile (F.S 222.17) This form is used as a sworn affidavit as of one’s intent of residency. Click Here
Real Property Transfer Information Sheet This form should be completed to provide necessary information when transferring interest in real property. This form will not be recorded. Click Here
Business Account Agreement This form is used to establish a Business Account with the Collier Clerk of Courts & Comptroller. Click Here
Home Solicitation Permit Instructions (F.S. 501) Instructions to apply for Home Solicitation Permit. Click Here
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. Click Here
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 $5,000. Click Here
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. Click Here

NOTE: Forms listed on this site are for reference only and are not warranted for, nor are they a guarantee of, suitability for any specific purpose. They are not intended to serve as legal advice and do not substitute for competent legal counsel or direct legal research. Simple access to forms cannot serve as an adequate substitute for legal counsel. As many of these forms are created by entities outside our control, some forms may be outdated. Many forms are controlled by the judiciary, legislature, or agencies at the level they are intended to be filed or above. Please refer to appropriate Florida Statutes, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, Administrative Orders and Local Rules and Practices for specific information.