AN ACT TO ENABLE REGISTERS OF DEEDS TO COLLECT ADDITIONAL FEES FOR INDEXING INSTRUMENTS THAT CONTAIN EXHIBITS WITH MULTIPLE ENTERABLE PARTIES. Enacted August 25, 2015. Effective October 1, 2015.
Summary date: Aug 26 2015 - More information
Summary date: Jul 28 2015 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Amends proposed language in GS 161-10(a)(1) to provide that for recording an instrument that contains excessive recording data, the fee will be an additional $2 for each party listed (previously, referred to fee for each entity listed) in the instrument in excess of 20. Makes conforming changes.
Amends the effective date to make the act effective October 1, 2015 (was, effective July 1, 2015).
Summary date: Apr 6 2015 - More information
Senate committee substitute make the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends proposed language in GS 161-10(a)(1) to provide that excessive recording data, which is subject to an additional $2 fee for each entity listed in the instrument, means an instrument that lists more than 20 (was, 10) distinct entities.
Summary date: Mar 18 2015 - More information
Amends the uniform fees statute for register of deeds found in GS 161-10 to provide that for recording an instrument that contains excessive recording data, the fee will be an additional $2 for each entity listed in the instrument. Provides that any instrument that lists more than 10 distinct entities, including any attachments or exhibits, that require indexing are considered to contain excessive recording data.
Effective July 1, 2015.
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