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To place a document in the public records. All such documents are time and date stamped when received;this is important because the priority of deeds and of liens is usually on a race-to-thecourthouse,first-to-file basis.In many states,if a judgment is recorded against a seller only minutes before a deed to the buyer is recorded, then the buyer's new property is subject to the lien, which must be paid or the judgment creditor may execute and take the property and sell it for satisfaction of the debt.

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To accomplish this, you need programs that will create disk files the other programs can read, and that in turn can read disk files the other programs create.
If the indexer wishes, the index entries can be stored in a disk file which can then be edited using word processor and/or desktop publishing packages.
The PRINT function provides for output to a printer or a disk file.
CFS) announced that the open source Lustre[TM] network file system will start using Sun's open source OpenSolaris[TM] ZFS disk file system on Lustre servers running Linux operating systems.
However, some commercial or public domain directory display or hard disk file management programs do display hidden or system files, besides normal DOS files.
Since today's communications line speeds are generally faster than printer speeds, it is usually best to capture the incoming host data to a disk file and print the file later, rather than slowing the online session to the speed of the printer.
Received CPRI data from the RE can be directed to a disk file, vector signal analysis program or BER measurement utility (uplink).
The Store command allows the user to store information found on the screen to a disk file.
Factofrance called for Atempo Professional Services to set up two dedicated solutions: Time Navigator Disk File Management (DFM) and Time Navigator Off-site Cartridge Management (OFM).
The Adept V+ real-time operating system manages all system level operations, such as IO, program execution, task management, memory management and disk file operations.
This functionality allows a user to create a VDL inside a disk file system where NetVault backs up data to a virtual pool of tape storage.
The system also uses IBM General Parallel File System (GPFS), a high-performance shared disk file system that provides fast data access from all of the nodes in the cluster.