Fifth Community Association Bill Signed into Law: Increased Register of Deeds Indexing Fees

Senate Bill 332 “Register of Deeds – POA Indexing Fees” (with a full title of “An Act to Enable Register of Deeds to Collect Additional Fees for Indexing Instruments that Contain Exhibits with Multiple Enterable Parties”) was ratified by the NC General Assembly on August 19, 2015, and signed by Governor McCrory this week. SB 332 becomes the fifth piece of legislation to impact community associations enacted into law this year   Read the article………..


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