registry of deeds

registry of deeds

n. the records of land title documents kept by the County Recorder or Recorder of Deeds. These are usually kept on microfilm reels of copies of the original documents, which can be found by tracing the names of owners in the Grantor-Grantee index. These are public information, but may require assistance of an employee to locate. (See: record)

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55 million in 2013, as shown in documents obtained from the city's Registry of Deeds.
55 million in 2013 as shown in documents obtained from the city's Registry of Deeds, said Dulay.
It must also request NPC on the copies of the remaining land TCTs "for complete documentation," and must further "coordinate with the local registry of deeds on the difference in figures and in words of the land areas in the TCTs.
A NEDA press release said that the Certificate of Special Patent was presented by Environment and Natural Resources-6 Director Jim Sampulna, with Registry of Deeds Director Atty.
But again, the sole heir can only have the affidavit registered with the Registry of Deeds after payment of the proper estate taxes.
Recorded 10th of February 1800 in Book 1A on Page 86 at Registry of Deeds for Digby County, Nova Scotia.
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The talk takes place at 1pm on Friday at West Yorkshire Archives Service, Wakefield, in the historic Registry of Deeds.
The main functions of the PRA are to manage and control the Land Registry and the Registry of Deeds.
From today forward, lenders be on notice, the Southern Essex District Registry of Deeds will not record robo-signed documents.
According to records filed with the Middlesex North County Registry of Deeds, Campanini purchased Meehan's 3,000-square-foot house for $585,000," the paper reported.

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