RECORDER OF DEEDS - LAWS OF DELAWARE.
AN ACT to amend Chapter 50, of the Revised Code of the State of Delaware, by providing for the recording of Certificates of Discharge from the United States Army, United States Navy and United States Marine Corps.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That Chapter 50, of the Revised Code of the State of Delaware, be and the same is hereby amended by striking out 1374. See. 4 thereof, and inserting in lieu thereof the following new Section to be styled "1374. Sec. 4":
1374. See, 4. DUTIES: He shall duly record, within a reasonable time, all private Acts of Assembly, Deeds, Indentures, Letters of Attorney relating to land, defeasances, contracts for reconveyance, mortgages, releases of lien of mortgages, chattel. mortgages, releases, assignments, contracts of marriage, antenuptial and postnuptial contracts, certificates of limited partnerships and of their dissolution, certificates of incorporation and amendments thereof, certificates, of reduction of capital stock, of merger of corporations, of renewal of charters and of changes of location of principal office of corporations, certificates of births, marriages and deaths, conditional sales and leases of railroad and railway equipments and rolling stock, oaths of office, plots and descriptions of freeholders of school house sites, returns and plots of the board of Part Wardens of the City of Wilmington of new wharf lines, appointments of Deputy Registers of Wills, certificates of commissioners and agreements of owners bounding and marking lands, petitions and orders for Sheriffs' Deeds, certificates of discharge regularly issued by the proper officials of the United States Army, United States Navy and United States Marine Corps, and other matters which by law are entitled to be recorded in his office; and shall forthwith make a proper note of the same in the indexes. Provided, however, that the fee for recording any Certificate of Discharge as hereinbefore mentioned shall not exceed the sum of Twenty-five cents.
Approved May 28, A 1920.