Getting a copy of an old subdivision plat or survey isn’t difficult, but it can require a visit to a county recorder’s office, which may or may not have the ability to print the plat or survey on one sheet of paper or to give it to you in electronic form.
Thanks to a website managed by the Missouri Department of Agriculture, called the “Land Survey Index,” https://apps.mda.mo.gov/molandsurveyindex/, anybody with an internet connection can search for recorded surveys and plats of land anywhere in Missouri and download the documents for a dollar each, plus a one dollar processing fee.
If you need a certified copy, you will still need to visit with the county recorder.
Thanks Harry. This can be very helpful.
Thanks for the info! Great resource. Steve Matlock
i will definitely try this thx for posting
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You need to hire an attorney in the county where your property is located. I will delete your comment, since it is generally a bad idea to post facts about your personal situation on the internet.