In Burke we us a stamp that says:
Received for Recording
Burke Town Clerk's Office
____________________, 20 _____ at
_____ o'clock _____ minutes _____ M.
Burke Land Records book ____ page ___
This is for the recording on the front of the document
We also have a true copy stamp with the attest on it.
You can have your stamp exacty the same way you have the typed message.
(You can also get one with your signature already on it.)
We get all our X-Stampers from our local office supply store.
----- Original Message -----
From: "CHERYL MOOMEY" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 9:44 AM
Subject: Re: recording
> We use a stamp in Essex:
> Essex, Vermont Town Clerk's Office
> ______________________, 20 _____ at
> ______ o'clock _____ minutes _____ M
> book _______ on page _____________
> of Essex land records.
> Attest: _________________________
> Town Clerk
>>>> [log in to unmask] 05/19/05 09:38AM >>>
> I'm trying to save some time. Here in Newbury on the last page of a
> recorded document we type, "Newbury Town Clerk's Office (date)
> at (time) . Received for record the foregoing which is a
> true copy. Attest: ________(signature)________, Clerk.
> Is it possible to use a stamp instead? If any of you use a stamp, what
> does it say?