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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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Private foundations and charitable trusts filing at least 250 returns must e-file their 2006 returns, regardless of asset size.
All owners of income producing properties with actual assessed values greater than $40,000 are required to file an RPIE unless the property qualifies for exemption from filing, e.
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XBRL documents are not a substitute for the required filings.
SERFF is not mandatory, but some states that accept electronic filings will do so only through the SERFF system.
The surge in Chapter 7 filings in the district, which stretches from San Luis Obispo to Riverside counties, comes at a time when other second- quarter bankruptcy provisions in the region fell despite the weak economy.
Preforeclosure filings are up 93%, but REOs are up only 41%.
Real-time SEC EDGAR filing postings -- Filings are fully indexed and posted within seconds of having been filed with the SEC, ready for full-text searching.
The Franchise Tax Board predicts that the move will reduce the state's annual tax filing costs by $50 million, and anticipates more than two million additional e-file returns next year.
Under Bankruptcy Code Section 362, a Chapter 11 filing protects debtors from collection activities until the court approves a payment plan.
The New York City Department of Finance recognizes that many taxpayers in the World Trade Center area may be unable to meet certain New York City filing and payment deadlines.
5 million already lost from sending from state returns, and an estimated $23 million or more from IRS filings.