Definition of "recordation" [rec•or•da•tion]

  • The act of giving legal status to a document by making it an official public record. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "recordation" in a sentence
  • "Case. net, deceased persons, persons who have granted their permission, and where permitted elsewhere by State or Federal law (such as recordation of state or federal tax liens)."
  • ""Expenses grow every year, and we are talking about the health care and other expenses ... income tax is growing, property tax is growing, the recordation tax is growing," he said."
  • "He specifically asked the Treasurer to place all deposits from his Registry into a local, non-MERS bank that follows the Massachusetts Land recordation rules."
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