Office Hours are 8:00AM until 4:00PM until further notice. 
Phone 218-685-8255,

Documents that need to be recorded can be sent by eRecording.  Three vendors are Simplifile, Ingeo, and Indecomm(see below). Please check the website for more info. We are accepting paper documents by mail, Fed Ex and UPS.

PASSPORT HOURS: 9:00AM -3:00PM Please call for an appointment 218-685-8255. We require all applicants to wear a mask in our office. For the Passport photo please wear dark clothing.  No camouflage or uniforms. More information is available on the Passports Page

Marriage License form must be filled out online before coming to the Courthouse. It can be found on the Grant County website. Please call 218-685-8255 for further assistance. Both applicants need to come  with their picture IDs. Fees are $115 or reduced $40 with an accompanying letter from the church on letterhead with the signature of officiant and notarized.  The Officiant will need to have their credentials recorded in a Minnesota county.
Marriage Certificates are handled over the phone. Two options: mail a check for $9.00 or use a credit card.

Searching Documents in Real Estate online. We offer Laredo as a subscription and Tapestry for one time users. We are back indexed to January 1st, 2001.  Our tract index is scanned back to the late 1800’s.
And are available with Laredo.
Please leave a voicemail at 218-685-8255 or email  We will try and accommodate you the best we can.

Thank You

Document Standards & Recording Fees

You can access our Document Standards (PDF) to record a document in Minnesota and Abstract Filing fees online. If you have questions regarding Torrens Fees, please contact our office.


eRecording of abstract documents is available with our office.  You would need to contact one of our 3 vendors.


Contact Info


Michelle Wilsey
5072 North 300 West
Provo, UT  84604
Phone:800-460-5657 ex 1056
Cell: 989-292-9456
Support: 800-460-5657 x7001

Indecomm Website:
Phone: 877-272-5250
CSC eRecording Support
Phone: 866-652-0111
eCRVs are available online through the Minnesota Department of Revenue. Paper CRV’s ended on September 30, 2014. Email the Minnesota Department of Revenue if you have any questions.
The Grant County Library has computers to use for eCRVs.