44:4-91.3. Record of welfare house and outdoor liens
The county clerks or registers of deeds and mortgages, as the case may be, shall record in a book to be known as “Welfare-House and Outdoor Liens” the said certificates, and shall make a complete alphabetical index of the same, and no clerk or register shall charge any fee therefor. Whenever a county shall have received satisfaction for such judgments, the county welfare board shall enter an acknowledgment of satisfaction upon the record of such judgments without charge.
L.1946, C.175, p. 762, s.2. Amended by L.1953, C.42, p. 782, s.22, eff. March 19, 1953.
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