FORWARDED MESSAGE from Charles Merriman (mail@smtp
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Thanks, Kathy. I answered the question, 'should an old PTR signed and dated
some time ago be accepted by the Town Clerk after October 2, 2000?' It
looks like you zeroed in on Franklin's more immediate question -- how does
one distinguish between an old and new form.
I agree that the forms generated in attorney's offices should not be
accepted after 9/30/00. Nor will attorneys be able to generate a new form
that is acceptable to PVR. We're requiring people to use the new forms
contained in the State's booklets because (as I understand it) we will have
scanning capability only if the forms from the booklet are used.
If you think this note will help others, please feel free to post it to the
Charles L. Merriman
----- Original Message -----
From: KATHY <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2000 7:14 AM
Subject: new ptr forms
> The number that the New Haven Town Clerk is looking for, I think, is
> the small one at the bottom of the front of the form. It says:
> FORM PT-1 (8/00)
> Old forms say:
> Form PT-1 (12/92)
> That is the quickest way to tell if it is the new form or not.
> I hope and assume this also means that those forms created on the
> in an attorney's office are no longer acceptable.
> Kathy Smardon
> Assistant clerk, Williston
> Kathy S.
***** NOTES from KATHY (SMARDONK @ WILLISTN) at 8/24/00 3:57 PM