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Session Laws, 1935
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taxes on real estate and chattels before a conveyance of
the same may be recorded in Cecil County.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Section 132 of Article 8 of the Code of
Public Local Laws of Maryland (1930 Edition), title "Cecil
County," sub-title "County Commissioners," be and it is
hereby repealed and re-enacted with amendments, to read
as follows:

132. Before any deed for the conveyance of real
or personal property in Cecil County shall be re-
ceived for record by the clerk of the Circuit Court
thereof, the person offering said deed for record shall
submit the same to the clerk to the County Commissioners
of said county, who shall thereupon make transfer on the
county assessment books of the" said property to the name
of the new owner or owners thereof, and as evidence of
said transfer, shall stamp upon the said deed his certificate
thereof, and no deed shall be received for record without
said certificate. At the time of submitting the deed of
real estate to the clerk to the County Commissioners, the
person or persons offering the same shall furnish said
clerk with a statement of the buildings, if any, upon the
land conveyed by said deed, and the price paid for the
property. No property shall be transferred on the land
records of Cecil County by the Clerk of the Circuit Court
thereof unless and until all public taxes, assessments and
charges, including all installments thereof not then due,
which are due on said property for the current year and
all prior years shall have been paid to the treasurer of
said county and to the Collector of State and County Taxes
for said county, who shall indorse the fact of payment
thereof on the instrument conveying the same, which in-
dorsement, together with certificate of the clerk to the
County Commissioners, shall be sufficient to authorize the
receipt of such instrument for record. If the clerk of the
Circuit Court shall receive for record any deed without
requiring the provisions of this section to be complied with,
he shall forfeit and pay the sum of fifty dollars ($50) for
each deed so recorded.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall
take effect June 1, 1935.

Approved April 29, 1935.


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