Title and ROC Frequently Asked Questions
Revised: November 10, 2009
How do I update ownership on the Division of Water Rights records?
- To update water right ownership on the records of the state engineer, a water right owner shall submit a report of water right conveyance to the state engineer.
- Click here for instruction on completing a Report of Water Rights Conveyance (.doc format)
Where do I find the forms required by the State Engineer's office to update ownership and how do I complete the forms?
- Click here to view the forms available online.
- Click here for instructions on filling out the Report of Conveyance (100%) form.
- Click here for instructions on filling out the Report of Conveyance (Portion) form.
What is required to be on the ROC to be considered acceptable complete?
- Click here for a checklist of completion requirements (.pdf format)
What are the mapping standards for ROC submission?
What is the Official Office of Record?
- The office of record for ownership of perfected water rights is the county recorder's office for the county or counties where the water is diverted and/or used. Links to these offices will be added soon.
County Recorder Offices:
- If the water is diverted in one county and used in another documents are to be recorded in both.
- Click here for links to County Recorder Office websites.
What are the methods of water right conveyance?
- In Utah, water rights can be owned and transferred separately from the land upon which they are used. Thus, various types of conveyance situations can occur.
- Click here to view the methods.
Is there a detailed training manual for professionals or individuals?
- A hardcopy of the training manual for preparing a "Report of Water Right Conveyance" may be purchased for $5.00 from the Division of Water Rights, or Click here for a free PDF copy of the manual.
Where can I find the Rules and Statues that govern the Division of Water Rights and the administration of Water Rights within the state of Utah?
- Click here to view Water Right Laws (Statute 73-1-1 onwards).
- Click here to view the Administrative Rules regarding Water Rights (Code R655-5).
What is a deed?
- Click here to read about the various deed types and terms.