5 edition of Recordation of transfers and other documents found in the catalog.
Recordation of transfers and other documents
Library of Congress. Copyright Office.
|Statement||United States Copyright Office|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|Series||Circular -- 12, Circular (Library of Congress. Copyright Office) -- 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
This index contains property transactions from all counties since January 1, , including the name of the seller and buyer, location of the property, any liens on the property, and the book and page where the actual deed is filed in the county. CFR: § Recordation of transfers and certain other documents; unless Vidor had knowledge or notice” of the earlier documents. The court not only found no such evidence, but also contacted the book publisher and “arranged to get from the publisher an assignment containing no exceptions. but also contacted the book publisher and.
Documents presented for recordation must be original o All other documents. $ for the first 5 pages, $ for each additional page. Preservation fee is $ per page for pages , $ per page for pages , $ per page for pages Recordation is one of the few paper-based processes remaining at the Office. Many times, remitters send in documents relating to hundreds or even thousands of works that staff must manually index by transcribing titles into the Office’s internal system. Staff also manually process return receipts and .
The Clerk’s Office is currently equipped to accept electronic documents through Simplifile and CSC, leaders in the electronic recording industry. Firms interested in pursuing e-recording in Chesterfield should contact Simplifile and/or CSC for more information regarding registration. § - Rerecording lost or destroyed deeds and other instruments; validity § - Rerecording instruments upon creation of new county or change in county lines; effect on validity of original record § - Requirements for recordation § - Officers authorized to attest registrable instruments.
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Recordation of Transfers and Other Documents 2 for use in the Office’s public catalog of recorded documents; (4) making copies of the documents so they are available for public inspection; and (5) returning documents marked as recorded to remitters. The public catalog, which is availableFile Size: 1MB.
Recordation of Transfers and Other Documents. All documents submitted for recordation must be accompanied by the Office’s Document Cover Sheet (Form DCS). Completing Form DCS helps remitters ensure that they are providing all necessary information and assists Office staff in.
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The book was published on January 1, and became an instant best-seller. Years have passed and your book, The Adventures of Penelope I., is now viewed as a classic. It has been translated into 15 different languages and read by children and adults all over the world.
The book has sold well consistently over the years. The Circuit Court Clerk's Office records documents associated with land transactions in Chesterfield County, such as deeds, deeds of trust (mortgages), and other official instruments / documents. Transfers and Exclusive Licenses.
A transfer or exclusive license of any or all rights under copyright must be in writing Recordation of transfers and other documents book signed by the owner of the rights conveyed (or the owner's duly authorized agent).
The writing should describe the nature of the rights conveyed. As a copyright owner, you should specifically carve out any rights that you wish to retain in the work, especially with.
(a) General. This section prescribes conditions for the recordation of transfers of copyright ownership and other documents pertaining to a copyright under 17 U.S.C. Except as otherwise provided pursuant to paragraph (h) of this section, a document is eligible for recordation under this section if it meets the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section, if it is submitted in accordance.
View Notes - circ12 from GENERAL at A.T. Still University. Circular 12 2 w Recordation of Transfers and Other Documents Whether or not a copyrighted work has been registered with the U. This covers a broad range of documents including nonexclusive licenses, contracts, and powers of attorney.
Recording transfers of copyright ownership and other documents establishes a public record of the facts in the documents and makes it easier for future users to identify and locate the current copyright owner of the work. The process of recordation entails (1) receiving copyright-related documents from remitters for recordation; (2) reviewing the documents to ensure they are eligible for recordation; (3) indexing information contained in the documents for the public record; (4) making copies of the documents so they are available for public inspection; and (5.
The Frequently Asked Questions page provides information regarding recordation fees and requirements, documents available for research in the Land Records Division, and other questions that are commonly received by the Land Records Division.
Effective Janu – Land Records cover sheets are no longer required. All deeds, deeds of trust, deeds of release, quitclaim deeds, grants, transfers, and mortgages of real estate or any addendum or memorandum relating to any of these instruments submitted for recordation in the deed books of the appropriate office of the clerk of court shall be prepared according to the requirements for deeds and deeds of trust.
Certain documents must include a Certificate of Preparation (see: Real Property Article for this and other “Prerequisites to Recording”). Recent legislation prohibits inclusion of social security numbers and driver's license numbers in deeds and other instruments.
$ for the recordation of Deeds and all other documents Payment in PERSON is accepted either in cash, % of consideration or fair market value for residential property transfers less than $,; or.
% of consideration or fair market value on. Social Security Numbers on Documents Presented for Recording in the Deed Book Pursuant to Code of Virginia §this Clerk’s Office will not knowingly accept any instrument submitted for recordation in the Deed Book that includes the social security number of a grantor, grantee, or trustee.
(c) This section does not prevent the recording of documents in any other manner allowed by law. Added by Acts84th Leg., R.S., Ch. (H.B. ), Sec. 1, eff. September 1, Sec. RECORDATION OF PAPER OR TANGIBLE COPY OF ELECTRONIC RECORD. (a) In this section. This chapter contains the requirements for the recordation of transfers and other documents pertaining to a copyright under 17 U.S.C.and the termination of transfers and licenses granted by the author covering the extended renewal term under 17 U.S.C.
(c). Deeds and all other documents: $ for the first 15 pages, $ for each additional page Deeds of Trust: $ for up to 35 pages, and $ for each additional page Additional (multi-instrument): $ In addition, excise tax must be included with the filing fee for a deed.
Deed Transfer and Recordation. The Transfer and Recordation Section is responsible for reviewing all deeds and other property-related documents prior to a document being finalized and recorded by the Land Records Office of the Circuit section also ascertains and collects all transfer and recordation taxes due the County.
MDEC or Simplifile registered users should continue to send pleadings and land record documents as normal. Case pleadings, requests for copies, land documents and other requests are also accepted by mail at the following address: Circuit Court Clerk’s Office, Main Street, Prince Frederick, Md.
The Land Records division accepts documents for property transactions in Stafford County. All document types can be submitted over the counter and through the mail. All documents presented in person or through the mail for recordation must be original, signed and notarized documents.
View document recordation requirements. e-Filing. RECORDATION OF TRANSFERS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO A COPYRIGHT Outline of Topics Applicability of this chapter.
Statutory provisions relating to transfers and other documents pertaining to a copyright. Execution of transfers of copyright ownership. For documents with more than 34 pages, please contact the clerk's office. Deed with Consideration: $26 for the first 5 pages and $1 for each additional page, plus a $20 affordable housing fee and $ transfer tax per $1, of consideration.
Other documents are $11 for .