How Do I ...
Online Services
Public Records
2014 Stories
2013 Stories
2012 Stories
2011 Stories
2010 Stories
2009 Stories
2008 Stories
2007 Stories
2006 Stories
2005 Stories
2004 Stories
2003 Stories
2002 Stories
Register of Deeds
Mecklenburg County Register Of Deeds Receives Certification
Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds David Granberry is now officially certified. The Certification Board of the North Carolina Association of Registers of Deeds met and approved David Granberry’s application effective Aug. 31, 2011.

In order to be certified, Granberry completed the Register of Deeds program through the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

“I believe this certification shows commitment to the office and to the residents of Mecklenburg County," said Granberry. “I take my responsibilities very seriously, and hope to be the best Register of Deeds as possible.”

Certification is not required to serve as Register of Deeds; however, Granberry would like to see additional staff within the office complete the program.

“Having staff going through certification helps us provide better service to the residents of Mecklenburg County," Granberry added. "Investing in training also shows that we are committed to our employee’s growth within the county.”

Granberry, originally from Goldsboro, NC, was elected as Register of Deeds in November 2008. He holds a degree in business administration from North Carolina Wesleyan College.

About the Register of Deeds

The Register of Deeds is elected by the people and serves a four-year term. This office records, indexes, and stores all real estate- and business-related documents that are presented for registration. This office also issues marriage licenses and handles notary commissions and military discharge recordings. In addition this office provides certified copies of recorded documents including birth and death records in accordance with NC statute. The Vital Statistics office records all birth and death documents and also issues certified copies at their location in accordance with NC statute.

Printed from: