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recording

Entering something into the real estate or probate records so that it serves as constructive notice of its contents to all the world. Many jurisdictions have specialized requirements before they will admit documents to recording, such as the name and address of the person who prepared the document, the book and page numbers of the source of title for the property,and prohibitions against strike-through marks or other editorial revisions apparent on the face of the document. See the sample recording information.

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In 1990, one-third of domestic law enforcement agencies video recorded at least some of their interrogations.
If you have recorded your material to a digital device (such as MiniDisc or DAT) that has a digital output, the digital connectors will give you an uncorrupted transfer of your recording to the computer.
Where resources can be more easily accessed and reviewed, the amount of information required in the surrogate may be less than is now recorded.
5 provides multiple options for storing recorded calls, and delivers enhanced archiving features to streamline management and administration.
All records prior to 1925 were recorded with what is called the "acoustic" process.
4 In some States, only 60 to 80 percent of arrests occurring within the past 5 years have final dispositions recorded.
Jennings originally recorded the 12 Hank Williams classics in 1985, when Jennings was at the peak of his vocal power, and then laid them aside to complete other projects.
Will humans 20, 50, or 100 years from today have access to the electronically recorded knowledge and history of our time?
catalog of recorded music from many of the world's greatest artists.
According to the "Committee on Electronic Records: Guide for Managing Electronic Records from an Archival Perspective" edited by the International Council on Archives: "A record is recorded information produced or received in the initiation, conduct, or completion of an institutional or individual activity and that comprises content, context, and structure sufficient to provide evidence of the activity regardless of the form or medium.