Try these: Parcel Search, Parcel Viewer
Take a look at the Parcel Viewer or submit a request through the contact page to discuss a custom map. Also see the Services page.
Contact a property lawyer or legal aid.
Please submit a request through the contact page to discuss the data you are looking for and to get a quote.
Take a look at the detailed process here or a process workflow here.
Download the Property Split/Combination instruction packet.
Please inquire with the Register of Deeds office on how to use the public research room.
Please contact the Equalization office or contact your township assessor.
Try the Parcel Viewer or the taxes and assessing search.
Map out both legal descriptions, they may match but are written differently.
Take a look at one of these sites or this document.
Contact your township assessor for help in verifying the legal description.
You can use the public research room, they are usually recorded by the owner who placed the easement on the parcel. For utility easement, contact the utility company.
Go to your surveyor and have them go over the survey with you.
In the BS&A system if you are viewing the parent parcel number, go into the 5.Misc tab, under Land Div. Info., comments, it will give you what the child parcel numbers are. From there you can go back and look at the new numbers to verify the legal to the deed. NOTE: you always need to put the parent parcel number on the deed to certify taxes for 5yrs prior, but then you can also add KNA (new number) and then code correctly.
Much of it is freely viewable by the public via a home computer or at one of our County Libraries. The Parcel Viewer and the taxes and assessing search are a few of the examples of maps and data available online. For a more detailed explanation see the Enhanced Access to Public Records Policy.
Take a look at the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Statewide Search for Subdivision Plats.
Take a look at the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Statewide Search for Remonumentation Data.
Take a look at the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management General Records Office Survey Search or inquire with the Register of Deeds office on how to use the public research room.
Take a look at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality GeoWebFace tool.
Take a look at the information here and the Great Lakes Coastal Flood Study.
Take a look at the information here.