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An ordinance for regulating the recording of deeds and other writings.
|Statement||By His Excellency William Burnet ... in Council, this twenty second day of August, in the tenth year of His Majesty"s reign, annoq; Domini one thousand seven hundred twenty three.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2469.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
TITLE PUBLIC RECORDS AND RECORDERS. CHAPTER 1. PUBLIC RECORDS. PART I. SCOPE §1. General definitions A.(1) As used in this Chapter, the phrase "public body" means any branch, department, office, agency, board, commission, district, governing authority, political subdivision, or any committee, subcommittee, advisory board, or task force thereof, any other instrumentality of state, . SC Department of Revenue (“SCDOR”) Deed Recording Fees. Overview and Summary S.C. Code § imposes a “deed recording fee” formerly known as documentary tax, on the recording of a deed in which any lands and all improvements on the land, tenements, or other .
statute, ordinance, resolution, rule, or regulation that threatens to injure its members. Construction of chapter. This chapter is remedial. Its purpose is to settle and to afford relief from uncertainty and insecurity with respect to rights, status, and other legal relations, and it is to be construed and administered liberally. (2)(am) (am) Ordinances under par. may include provisions regulating divisions of land into parcels larger than 1 1/2 acres or divisions of land into less than 5 parcels, and, except as provided in s. (4) (intro.) and subject to s. , may prohibit the division of land in areas where such prohibition will carry out the purposes of this section.
unregistered deed, conveyance, or other instrument in writing, or will or judgment, shall afect the priority of any such instrument as aforesaid as is duly registered in pursuance of this Ordinance. 5. All deeds, conveyances, and other instruments in writing, and wills and judgments, hereafter made, executed, or . This ordinance gives the city some ability to enforce neighborhood deed restrictions. The city attorney can, in some cases, join in lawsuits against property owners who violate their deed restrictions. Note that an apartment building is a "commercial building" under this ordinance. For information, contact the City Attorney's office at (
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Ordinance for regulating the recording of deeds and other writings. [New York], [Printed by W. Bradford],  (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: New York (Colony).
Get this from a library. An ordinance for regulating the recording of deeds and other writings. [New York (Colony). Governor ( Burnet)].
An ordinance for regulating the recording of deeds and other writings. By His Excellency William Burnet, Esq; Capt. General and Governor in chief in & over the Provinces of New-York, New Jersey, and of all the territories depending thereon in Am By New York (Colony) : New York (Colony) Governor.
William Burnet. (a) Record or cause to be recorded in suitable books to be kept in his or her office, correctly and legibly all deeds, mortgages, instruments, and writings authorized by law to be recorded in his or her office and left with him or her for that purpose, provided the documents have plainly printed or typewritten on the document the names of the grantors, grantees, witnesses, and notary.
§ Documents to be recorded in deed books; social security numbers. All deeds, deeds of trust, deeds of release, certificates of satisfaction or certificates of partial satisfaction, quitclaim deeds, homestead deeds, grants, transfers and mortgages of real estate, releases of such mortgages, powers of attorney to convey real estate, leases of real estate, notices of lis pendens and.
The probate of any and all deeds or other instruments in writing bearing date prior to March 1,whether recorded or not on that day, which are in compliance with the requirements of Sections and are validated and their probate confirmed.
In these Rules, any reference to a register, index, book or other record kept or maintained under the Act shall include a reference to a register, index, book or other record which was kept or maintained under the repealed Registration of Deeds Ordinance (XIII, ) or the repealed Registration of Deeds Act (Cap.Ed.).
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The Recorder of Deeds shall ensure that documents presented for recordation comply with the following requirements. How do I record my deed or other documents. Documents may be presented for recordation electronically, in person, by mail. Electronic Recording You may record your documents by visiting the office or mailing your documents to:DC Office of Recorder of Deeds 4th Street, SW, Suite W Washington, DC () A property deed is a legal document that transfers the ownership of real estate from a seller to a buyer.
For a deed to be legal it must state the name of the buyer and the seller, describe the. Typically, recording offices only accept fully executed documents, correctly notarised and meeting certain other requirements, for recording.
To record a transfer of ownership rights, recording offices typically require, among other things, transfer documentation (deed) and evidence of payment of real estate taxes and real estate assessment. In case of such recordation of any plat or map which is attached to or made a part of any deed, deed of trust or writing which is recorded in the deed book, an appropriate note shall be made on the deed book where such deed, deed of trust or other writing is recorded, referring to the plat book and page where the plat or map is recorded and the clerk shall endorse on the plat and plat book the date of the.
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When done properly, a deed is recorded anywhere from two weeks to three months after closing. However, there are many instances where deeds are not properly recorded. Title agents commit errors, lose deeds, and even go out of business. Even county offices sometimes fail to record deeds that were properly submitted.
NRS Date of indexing imparts notice when document inserted into record book other than that designated by law. NRS Such other writings as are required or permitted by law to be recorded.
(c) “Code enforcement” means the enforcement of laws, ordinances or codes regulating public nuisances or the public health, safety and welfare. The Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online is a full-text image database providing access to past revised editions of Hong Kong Laws. The database comprises a total of seven consolidations of the laws of Hong Kong:, and (last updated to ).
With the current Laws of Hong Kong available on the web, the Historical Laws of Hong Kong Online database rightly. See deed, mortgage, and other record series for indexes to daily recorded instruments filed from to Records dating from to the present are available on computer in the clerk's office.
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[Rev. 12/21/ AM] CHAPTER - DEEDS OF TRUST. GENERAL PROVISIONS. NRS Definitions. NRS Transfers in trust of real property to secure obligations. NRS Estate for years: Encumbrance by deed of trust; foreclosure by exercise of power of sale. NRS Priority of certain deeds of trust over other liens.§ 67A Enforcement of and compliance with other ordinances.
ARTICLE IV Responsibilities of Owners and Operators Applicable to All Properties § 67A Maintenance of exterior of premises. § 67A Appearance of exterior of premises and structures.
§ 67A Structural and general maintenance. ARTICLE V Services and Utilities § 67ACodified means the legally adopted ordinance has been assigned a permanent number and entered into an indexed book called the Code of Ordinances.
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