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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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You will not find them anywhere, on any screen or within any folder.
Without the creation of a proper folder and subfolder structure, employees attempting to locate a specific file will be searching for a needle in an electronic haystack.
Some of us look where we think things should be, typically navigating a hierarchy of folders.
You've probably been told to be neat, tidy and organised by filing the emails you save into folders.
Save all the CD info to a master folder on the MSD hard drive.
For me, the trick lies in using a system of 3-ring binders and folders for our most frequently required tasks.
The paper circle made from the lightweight paper should have changed its shape more than the circle made from the heavy manila folder.
For the launch of the movie The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, for example, Touchstone Pictures used a downloadable smart folder (www .
6) "Speech in Honor of DuBois," Speeches Folder, Box 3, Bolin Papers, Box 3, Schomburg Center, New York Public Library.
Dorothy Hutchinson, "Adoption Practices," talk given at Annual Meeting, Episcopal Service or Youth, February 13, 1947, Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, Columbia University Library, Box 1, Folder 7.
In this section, we will copy the file My Details in the Myself folder on the hard disk C to the folder My Folder that you should have created earlier on the desktop.
With Folder Guard Professional, you can secure files and folders on both the NTFS and FAT/FAT32 drives, with a much greater flexibility: you can hide some files and keep other files in the same folder visible, set up the access rights using wildcards, or make files accessible to only some programs that you select.