AN ACT TO AMEND THE PROCEDURES FOR CORRECTING TYPOGRAPHICAL, OBVIOUS DESCRIPTION, OR OTHER MINOR ERRORS IN RECORDED INSTRUMENTS.
Repeals GS 47-36.1, Correction of errors in recorded instruments.
Enacts new GS 47-36.2 defining attorney, corrective affidavit, and obvious description error. Defines a corrective affidavit as an affidavit executed by an attorney to correct an obvious description error, typographical error, or other minor error in a deed, deed of trust, or other instrument recorded with the register of deeds.
Applies to corrective affidavits filed on or after October 1, 2015.
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