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Access to Rockwall County's Foreclosure Notices.
**Trustee's Sales are conducted, the first Tuesday of the month, at the area immediately outside on the front steps of the Rockwall County Courthouse, located at 1111 YellowJacket Lane in Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas.**
- $26 for the first page (Please see General Requirements)
- $4 for each additional page
- For Plats it is $50 per page. You must also file tax certificates for the regular price when filing Plats.
- For each grantor or grantee name in excess of 5 names an additional $0.25 is added.
- UCC Financing Statement fees are $36 if the record consists of 1 or 2 pages; $51 if the record consists of more than 2 pages.
- ALL documents must include a 2-inch-by-4-inch blank space at the bottom of the last page to accommodate the certification label. If there is insufficient space, the label will be placed on the back side of the last page. This will create an additional page and an additional $4 page fee will apply.
- ALL efiled documents must include a 2-inch-by-4-inch blank space at the bottom of the last page to accommodate the certification label. If there is insufficient space, the document will be rejected until the document is resubmitted with an additional $4 page fee included.
- When filing an abstract of judgment, the plaintiff's address must be included or the filing fee is doubled.
- We can not file copies - all signatures must be an original or certified copy.
- Names must be printed or typed below the signature line.
- When filing Correction Instruments, it must conform to Texas Property Code Chapter 5.
Plat Recording Requirements
- The size of the plat shall be no larger or smaller than 18-inch-by-24-inch Mylar.
- The County Clerk's Office requires 1 black line copy with all original seals and signatures; no exceptions.
- The plat must show the following:
- Certification and Dedication by the owner.
- Certification by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor.
- Certification and approval by the city. (If within the city's extraterritorial jurisdiction)
- Approval by Commisioner's Court. (If needed)
- Complete legal description; a replat must reference the original plat information.
- Signatures must be original and names must be printed under each signature. If the owner is a company, that company name must be above the signature.
- signatures must be acknowledged. Notary's name must be printed under each signature. Notary's seal must be affixed and legible, and the notary expiration date must be shown.
- Seals must be affixed by whoever approves the plat, whether it is the city or the county, as well as the surveyor and notary.
- All stamps and seals must be legible.
- Tax Certificates: any and all plats must have original tax certificates, issued within 90 days from filing, from ALL taxing units within jurisdiction of the real property indicating that no delinquent ad valorem taxes are owed and that taxes imposed for the current year have been paid. Refer to Sec 122 (e) Texas Property Code for complete list of legal requirements.