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20513
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This bulletin describes significant changes to the statutes affecting register responsibilities made by the 2008 NC General Assembly. The fee for recording a deed of trust or mortgage was increased.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 33, Aug 2008, p1-7
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20512
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Since 1997, North Carolina law has required that any plat to be presented to the register of deeds first be reviewed and certified by a county review officer, unless the plat is of a type that is the subject of a statutory exception from review. This bulletin describes the requirements for review officer approval and addresses some common misconceptions.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 32, Oct 2006, p1-4
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20511
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This bulletin examines Session Law 2005-123 (S. 734) which made some of the most fundamental revisions in decades to North Carolina law governing register's duties.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 31, Sept 2005, p1-5
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20510
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This bulletin reviews several significant bills passed by the 2002 session of the NC General Assembly affecting registers of deeds. One is a statewide act that removes certain information from public records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 30, Nov 2002, p1-4
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20509
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 2001 session of the NC General Assembly as of October 26, 2001, that is of interest to registers of deeds. Legislation published after that date will be covered in a later bulletin. 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 an increase in uniform fees for deeds of trust, mortgages, and cancellations; marriage licenses; plats; right-of-way plans; and registration of delayed birth certificates.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 29, Nov 2001, p1-7
Record #:
20508
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 2000 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 security of electronic records, electronic signatures, and a rewrite of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 28, Aug 2000, p1-7
Record #:
20507
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This bulletin discusses the recent Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in NVR Homes, Inc. v. Clerks of the Circuit Courts (IN RE NVR LP) and its effect on the collection of the North Carolina real estate excise tax when the grantor in an instrument transferring an interest in real property is a debtor in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding. The consequence of the decision for the state's registers of deeds is discussed.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 27, Sept 1999, p1-4, f
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20506
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1999 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 electronic storage of records, real estate excise tax, and vital records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 26, Aug 1999, p1-6
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20505
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1998 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 records (maps), vital records (marriage licenses) and electronic signatures.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 25, Nov 1998, p1-4
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20503
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1997 session of the NC General Assembly that is of interest to registers of deeds up to July 25, 1997. Any legislation discussed after that date will be covered in a later bulletin. The legislation is identified by the session law chapter number, with the original bill number given in parentheses. Among the bills enacted were real property (map law changes) and vital records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 23, July 1997, p1-4
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20504
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This bulletin reviews legislation passed by the 1974 session of the NC General Assembly after July 25, 1887, that is of interest to registers of deeds. Among the bills enacted were real property (notice of open dump and brownfield property) and vital records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 24, Sept 1997, p1-4
Record #:
28604
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A review of legislation enacted during the 1997 session of the North Carolina General Assembly discusses changes in the statutes regarding access to birth records, death certificates, and information on drug and alcohol abuse. There are also changes in the procedures for recording maps and plats.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 23, July 1997, p1-4
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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
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28603
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There is some confusion among registers of deeds about the affidavit of lost note that may be used in the new cancellation procedure, which authorizes the owner of the note to record a certificate of satisfaction. Despite the absence of a separate line for the date of satisfaction, this information must be recorded.
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Record #:
20500
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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 (on-site land clearing landfills) and vital records.
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Land Records Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7527 A45), Vol. Issue 19, Aug 1994, p1-3