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County Clerk

Grant County Clerk's Office

Cindy Pratt
-- County Clerk -- cpratt@grant.okcounties.org
Cindy Pratt
Cindy Pratt
-- County Clerk -- cpratt@grant.okcounties.org
Lori Haugh
--Filing Clerk -- lhaugh@grant.okcounties.org
Lori Haugh
Lori Haugh
--Filing Clerk -- lhaugh@grant.okcounties.org
Katrina Stockton
-- Purchasing Agent -- kstockton@grant.okcounties.org
Katrina Stockton
Katrina Stockton
-- Purchasing Agent -- kstockton@grant.okcounties.org
Kerstin Orcutt
-- Land Records Clerk -- kgilkey@grant.okcounties.org
Kerstin Orcutt
Kerstin Orcutt
-- Land Records Clerk -- kgilkey@grant.okcounties.org

*Attention: As of November 1st , 2023 Senate Bill 212 requires that on or after the effective date of this act, any deed recorded with a county clerk shall include as an exhibit to the deed an affidavit executed by the person or entity coming into title attesting that the person, business entity, or trust is obtaining the land in compliance with the requirements of this section and that no funding source is being used in the sale or transfer in violation of this section or any other state or federal law. A county clerk shall not accept and record any deed without an affidavit as required by this section. The Attorney General shall promulgate a separate affidavit form for individuals and for business entities or trusts to comply with the requirements of this section, with the exception of those deeds which the Attorney General deems necessary when promulgating the affidavit form.*

-Okla. Stat. tit. 60, § 121

The County Clerk’s Office is providing those affidavits under the Forms section of this website.

You can choose which form applies to you. Essentially the Grantor (Seller) will need to sign off

on the deed and the Grantee (Buyer(s)) will need to sign off on the affidavit. Please feel free to

contact our office with any questions @ (580) 395-2274

To read about the Senate Bill you can follow this link:

Senate Bill 212

County Clerk

The County Clerk is the principal record keeper of the county. All legal instruments, including plat maps, deeds, mortgages, oil and gas leases, liens, and military discharge papers that are filed with the county by private citizens and public officials are preserved by the County Clerk.

Other duties of the County Clerk include the following activities:
• Serving as secretary for the Board of County Commissioners and other county boards such as the County Excise Board
• Recording all appropriations and expenditures for each county office or department
• Preparing warrants or checks for paying county bills and payroll
• When serving as the county’s purchasing agent, purchasing or leasing and maintaining all county supplies and equipment
• Acting as the registrar of deeds


Some content may be extracted from OSU Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet AGEC-802 and/or the County Training Program website. More complete information is available from these sources.