Groton land records now online
Groton — The town has joined the Connecticut Town Clerks Portal to allow online public access to view and print town records. The state portal, run by Cott Systems, is implemented at no cost to the town clerk’s office. Land records such as deeds, liens and maps can be viewed online at www.Connecticut-townclerks-records.com.
Printouts are available at $1 per page, as set by state statute.
“This is an exciting addition to the services that the Town Clerk’s office already provides,” said Groton Town Clerk Betsy Moukawsher. “Our professional searchers as well as the general public will now have access to our Land Records from 1964 and all Maps and Trade Name Certificates to the present.”
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