recording acts


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recording acts

n. the statutes of each state which established the keeping of official records by County Recorders or Recorder of Deeds. (See: record)

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It follows the group on their journey to become one of the most successful recording acts in pop history.
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The deed was notice to them of all it contained; otherwise the purpose of the recording acts would be frustrated.
This Article examines Alaska's Recording Act. It details how Alaska is a Race-Notice state and the implications of this compared to being a Notice state.
This article examines some of the many issues raised by Alaska's Recording Act. The Supreme Court of Alaska has addressed very few of these issues, requiring some "educated guessing" as to what that tribunal's future decisions under the Recording Act will be.
(3) The final clause - "whose conveyance shall be first duly recorded"--made this a Race-Notice type recording act, rather than the other common type, a pure Notice act.
(5) The core language of the present Recording Act, section 40.17.080(b) of the Alaska Statutes, is essentially the same and retains the phrase "whose conveyance is first recorded."6 Alaska's method of indexing recorded conveyance documents has always been by use of grantor and grantee indices rather than by tract indices.
Alaska's Recording Act is addressed to the claimant under the first-in-time among two (or more) instruments by which conflicting claims to real property are being made and lays out what conditions must be proved for the first-in-time instrument to be void as against claims made under a subsequent-in-time competing instrument.
The problem of either C or B becoming an unknowing trespasser is inherent in any type of recording act.
Although the Alaska Recording Act specifically refers to first-to-record status as a requirement that a grantee must satisfy to be a race winner, the Alaska Supreme Court very likely will recognize a substitute for such recording when due to acts of another person it is impossible for a racer to record in a manner that imparts constructive notice.
To retain the intended "race" feature of the state's recording act in the face of the recording by a party (B) with notice of an unrecorded claim, the Alaska Supreme Court should follow precedent elsewhere that A's filing of a lis pendens (advising the public of his winnable theory for quieting title to the land at issue) is the equivalent of getting his "conveyance first recorded." (27)
(30) The holding of the Wisconsin Supreme Court was that B's reformed deed prevailed over the deed to A under the state's Race-Notice recording act. (31)