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The Kansas Register of Deeds require the correct fees before recording documents. The fees are set by statute K.S.A. 28-115 and K.S.A. 28-115a. Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) fees are set by the Secretary of State Agency 7; Article 17—Uniform Commercial Code.
All deeds and affidavits of equitable interest presented for recording must be accompanied by a real estate sales validation questionnaire or have and exemption clearly stated on the deed. Read the statutes in their entirety here: K.S.A. 79-1437c and K.S.A. 79-1437e Kansas Department of Revenue, Property Valuation Department DIRECTIVE #19-041 requires the Register of Deeds to check the accuracy of the sales price entered on the SVQ is correct before recording the deed. See the directive for other procedures required by the Register of Deeds.
In order to receive the lower recording fee for single family mortgages on principal residences where the principal debt or obligation secured by the mortgage is $75,000 or less, a Mortgage Cap Affidavit must be attached to the mortgage stating these facts. K.S.A.28-115(j)
The Kansas Department of Revenue Division of Vehicles is the office you need to contact if you have any questions about this form. Contact Titles and Registrations by calling: 785-296-3621, press 3, then press 2