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Effective immediately after August 1, 1998, a special recording and filing fee of five dollars ($5) shall be paid to and collected by the Judge of Probate of Barbour County, with respect to each real property instrument, each personal property instrument, and each Uniform Commercial Code document that may be filed for record in the office of the judge of probate and with respect to other instruments and documents in the probate office at the discretion of the judge of probate, and on and after that date, no instrument or document shall be received for record in the office of the judge of probate unless the special recording fee of five dollars ($5) is paid. The special recording fee shall be in addition to all other fees, taxes, and charges required by law to be paid upon the filing for record of any real property instrument, personal property instrument, or Uniform Commercial Code document, and for the recording of other instruments and documents in the probate office at the discretion of the judge of probate. All special recording fees collected shall be paid into the General Fund of Barbour County. These funds shall be used at the discretion of the judge of probate for an improved recording, archiving, and retrieving system and other equipment, maintenance, and services necessary for the improvement of the office of the judge of probate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 45. Local Laws § 45-3-84.116 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-45-local-laws/al-code-sect-45-3-84-116/
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