Lawrence County Title Insurance

Lawrence County Title Quote

If you are in the process of purchasing or refinancing property in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, make sure you have your title insurance squared away before you get to the closing table. If you do not have your title insurance situated before you close, your real estate transaction could be canceled.

We are a Pennsylvania Title Insurance Company serving Lawrence county, and we can help you find the right title insurance to meet your needs. While your lender might already have a title insurance company you can use, that company might not be the best option for you. Furthermore, you are under no obligation to go with that company, as the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) protects your right to choose your own title insurance company.

We are World Wide Land Transfer, and we can connect you with a variety of third-party title insurance companies that might be able to provide a better title insurance policy for you at a more affordable price. Furthermore, we even have a real estate lawyer in our office who will gladly review your title insurance and mortgage documents on your behalf, making sure that everything is in your best interests.

We are not affiliated with a real estate agent or bank, so we are a truly independent title insurance company. We do not have any conflicts of interest, and our goal is to find the best title insurance policy to meet your needs. Contact us today to learn more about our options!

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Lawrence County was created on March 20, 1849, from parts of Beaver and Mercer counties due to the rapid growth of New Castle, which was primarily in
Mercer County but was rapidly expanding into Beaver County. The former borders between Beaver and Mercer Counties are still evident in Lawrence County today, as the northern borders of North Beaver Township, Shenango Township, and Slippery Rock Township with (respectively) the southern borders of Mahoning Township, Hickory Township, and Scott Township make up the former boundaries between Beaver and Mercer Counties. In addition, County Line Road in New Castle where the Lawrence County Courthouse is located also marks the former boundaries.

It was named after the USS Lawrence, Oliver Hazard Perry’s original flagship at the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. The ship, in turn, was named after naval officer James Lawrence, who died during the War of 1812


New Castle


Bessemer, Ellport,  Ellwood City (partly in Beaver County),  Enon Valley, New Beaver, New Wilmington,  S.N.P.J., South New Castle, Volant, Wampum


Hickory Township,  Little Beaver Township,  Mahoning Township, Neshannock Township,  North Beaver Township,  Perry Township, Plain Grove Township, Pulaski Township, Scott Township, Shenango Township, Slippery Rock Township, Taylor Township, Union Township, Washington Township, Wayne Township, Wilmington Township


Government Center

430 Court Street

New Castle, PA. 16101


Fee Schedule:

Deeds: (In any form)

Corrections, Re-Recordings       $51.50  + $10 for Each Parcel ID #      + Realty Transfer Tax 1% State, 1% Local  if Exempt,  must File Statement of Value $20.00.


Corrections, Re-Recordings,                  $51.50 + $10 for Each Parcel ID #

Amendments and Modifications

Deeds (in any form)
Corrections, Re-recordins

Mortgages, Satisfactions, Releases

Assignments, Subordinations, Postponements,              $42+ $10 for Each Parcel ID #

Releases, Installments Agreements Deeds Memorandums

Leases & Memorandums (30 years or longer)

Easements, Right of Ways

Rights of Way (in any form)

Other documents (but not limited to)                              $18.50 + $10 for Each Parcel ID #

Leases & Memorandums (under 30 years)                        

Oil & Gas Leases

Condominium Code of Regulations & Declarations of Plans

Other Assignments

Declaration of Taking

Orders of Court


General Agreements


Powers of Attorney                               $18.50

(Add $10 for Each Parcel ID # If Power of Attorney is to transfer Specific  Piece of Real Estate)

Notary Public Commission and Bond                 $40.50

Change of Name                                               $18.50

Change of Address                                           $18.50

UCC Secured Transactions                                $100.00 (add $10.00 for each Parcel ID#

if attached to real estate)

Ancillary transactions
i.e. Continuations, Terminations, Assignments    $100.00 (add $10.00 for each Parcel ID# if attached to real estate)

Plans & Maps                                                   $30.00

each extra page                        $30.00

Subdivision, Condominium, Condemnation

(if larger than 18 x 24, fee doubles)

Highway Maps                                                  $15.00

each extra page                                        $3.00

Copies                                      $0.50

Certified  add                            $1.50

Certified w/blue back  add         $5.00

By mail – postage & handling     $2.00