Records of land transactions for the City of Danville are located in the Public Records Area of the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court. The records exist from 1841 to the present day.
These records are available to the public for reference and research. Copies of the records can be provided at a cost of $.50 per page.
All recordation of land transactions in the City of Danville takes place in the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court. Instruments presented for recordation must meet the Standards for Recorded Instruments as set forth by the Library of Virginia, pursuant to Code of Virginia 55-108.
The Virginia Courts Deed Calculation System can be used to calculate fees and taxes for recording deeds and contracts. Please contact the Clerk's Office if you have specific questions about recording an instrument.
Remote Internet Access to Land Records is available on a subscription basis. Contact the Clerk's Office for further information.
The Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court is committed to public service. We are dedicated to providing our patrons with excellent customer service and will assist you with any questions or concerns about our policies and procedures.
However, we are prohibited by law from giving legal advice, restating the law or recommending legal action. It is not the intention of our office, nor of this web site, to offer legal solutions. Questions regarding interpretation of the law should be directed to an attorney licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The purpose of this information is to better inform the general public of procedural matters. Nothing contained herein is intended to advise anyone as to legal remedies for a particular circumstance. Circuit Court Clerks and their Deputy Clerks cannot render legal advice.