2017 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 24 - Registration of Instruments
Part 1 - General Provisions
§ 66-24-113. Metropolitan identification map.
- (a) Where any metropolitan government, as defined in § 7-1-101, has adopted an official property identification map which assigns to each parcel of property a number or other identifying symbol for property within the area of the metropolitan government, every deed offered for recording shall show on its face the number or other identifying symbol of the parcel or parcels, or portions of parcels, being transferred or conveyed.
- (b) The county register shall not record any deed without such number or symbol appearing thereon, and, if the property is improved, a notation at the end of the legal description of such property indicating that the property is improved, followed by the house and/or street number and post-office address.
- (c) An official property identification map for the purpose of this section is defined to be a property map or maps, prepared by or for the local government, which identifies all parcels of land, which assigns a number or other identifying symbol to each parcel, which shows names of streets and public ways, and which by appropriate and specific reference thereto has been adopted by the governing body of the metropolitan government as its official property identification map.
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