2009 New Jersey Code
47:1-3. Loose leaf record books in offices of county clerks, registers of deeds and mortgages and surrogates; effect
TITLE 47 - PUBLIC RECORDS
47:1-3 - Loose leaf record books in offices of county clerks, registers of deeds and mortgages and surrogates; effect
For the purpose of recording, rerecording, recopying or transcribing any or all papers, documents and instruments in writing in the offices of the county clerks and registers of deeds and mortgages and surrogates of any county of this state, loose leaf record books may be used, if, immediately upon the completion of any such book for record purposes, the leaves thereof shall be securely and permanently bound and fastened together; and all recordings, rerecordings, recopyings or transcriptions made in any of such offices prior to March twenty-fifth, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, in loose leaf record books, the leaves whereof shall be securely and permanently bound and fastened together, shall have the same legal force, meaning and effect as if made in record books having the leaves bound therein.
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