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Record #:
20467
Abstract:
This issue of Land Records Bulletin begins a new series with the purpose of keeping registers of deeds, county attorneys, and other county and municipal officials concerned with land records informed of relevant statutory changes and recent court decisions. This bulletin summarizes and briefly discusses legislation passed by the 1979 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 1, June 1979, p1-8
Record #:
20468
Abstract:
The discharge and release of the record of a deed of trust is a procedure that is usually carried out as a matter of routine by the trustee, the grantor, or lender, and the register of deeds. This bulletin reviews the different ways that deeds of trust may be canceled of record and discusses the problems and questions that may arise in the cancellation process.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 2, Feb 1981, p1-8, f
Record #:
20472
Abstract:
This bulletin informs registers of deeds of an indexing problem raised by Mr. Lynn Nesbit, Iredell County Register of Deeds, and Mr. William P. Pope, Statesville attorney. The problem concerns the indexing of instruments that subordinate the lien of a previously recorded deed of trust, commonly called subordination agreements. It arises because statutes do not direct how such instruments are to be indexed. Using a hypothetical example, the author recommends a solution.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 4, Oct 1981, p1-2
Record #:
20475
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This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1983 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The various acts are grouped for discussion under one of four headings: Vital Records; Real Property; Uniform Commercial Code; and Miscellaneous.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 5, Aug 1983, p1-7
Record #:
20470
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This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1981 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The various acts are grouped for discussion under one of four headings: Vital Records; Real Property; Fee Schedule; and Miscellaneous.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 3, Jul 1981, p1-6
Record #:
20484
Abstract:
The 1987 NC General Assembly enacted a statute to allow a trustee to cancel a deed of trust by recording a notice of satisfaction. This bulletin attempts to answer some of the questions registers of deeds continue to have regarding this method of cancellation. Campbell discusses three topics in the Bulletin: execution of a notice of satisfaction by the trustee or mortgagee, the necessary elements of a notice of satisfaction, and the register's entry of satisfaction when the notice is recorded.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 12, May 1990, p1-2
Record #:
20483
Abstract:
This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1987 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified, or prior to the date of this Bulletin, and are therefore current laws. The most significant piece of legislation enacted in 1989 is the Registers of Deeds Omnibus Act, which makes amendments to the various statutes, including fee provisions and the Uniform Commercial Code.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 11, Aug 1989, p1-4
Record #:
20486
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1991 session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws. Among the bills enacted were excise tax and fees, liability insurance, map law, and a Notary Public Act.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 14, Aug 1991, p1-5
Record #:
20487
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1992 session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws. Among the bills enacted were excise stamp revenue and a study of map law.
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Record #:
20479
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This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1985 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The various acts are grouped for discussion under one of four headings: Vital Records; Real Property; Uniform Commercial Code; and Miscellaneous. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 7, Aug 1985, p1-3
Record #:
20482
Abstract:
This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1987 NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified, or prior to the date of this Bulletin, and are therefore current laws.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 10, Aug 1987, p1-7
Record #:
20481
Abstract:
This bulletin summarizes and discusses legislation passed by the 1986 short session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 9, Jul 1986, p1-4
Record #:
20480
Abstract:
Few duties are more troublesome for a register of deeds than the certification of acknowledgements on documents executed by corporations. This bulletin attempts to make such certifications easier by reviewing the legal principles that govern corporate acknowledgement and distilling from them the elements essential to a legally correct corporate acknowledgement.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 8, Mar 1986, p1-3, f
Record #:
20485
Abstract:
This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1990 session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws.
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Record #:
20501
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1994 session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Unless otherwise indicated, the acts became effective when ratified and are therefore current laws. Among the bills enacted were real property instruments (cancellation of deeds of trust and hog farms), public records, notary publics, and vital records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 20, Aug 1995, p1-5