AN ACT TO CLARIFY THE PROCESS FOR CORRECTING NONMATERIAL ERRORS IN RECORDED INSTRUMENTS OF TITLE, TO CREATE A CURATIVE PROCEDURE FOR OBVIOUS DESCRIPTION ERRORS IN DOCUMENTS OF TITLE, AND TO CREATE A SEVEN-YEAR CURATIVE PROVISION FOR CERTAIN DEFECTS IN RECORDED INSTRUMENTS OF TITLE.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition:
Amends proposed GS 47-36.2. Amends the definition ofrecorded plat to provide that the plat has been prepared by a professional land surveyor (currently, licensed land surveyor), licensed under GS Chapter 89C. Amends the requirements for a sufficient curative affidavit to require that an appropriate jurat be completed by a notary public (currently, affixed by a notary public).
Amends GS 161-14.1(a) to make the definition ofsubsequent instrument include corrective notice affidavits (was, corrective affidavits).
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