If you don't have land records software that allows you to redact (but
still produce a "true" copy if necessary), why doesn't she give
you a redacted copy for recording?
At 02:52 PM 3/19/2013, you wrote:
Good afternoon clerks,
A lawyer has brought in a deed and transfer
tax return for her client. She wants me to record it along with the
death certificate of her client's husband.
She wants me to record the death certificate
and then redact the social security number on the land record
copy. I responded that then it would not be a "true copy"
of what she asked me to record.
Not sure what I'm supposed to do. Any and all help will be
Susan in Newbury
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