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LA Senate Bill 189

Notary Law Update: LA Senate Bill 189

State: Louisiana

Summary:

Senate Bill 189 no longer requires a Notary who executes an act of sale evidencing transfer of real property in the parish of Orleans to file the act of sale with the assessor’s office within 15 days of the sale.

Signed:  June 25, 2010

Effective:  January 01, 2011

Chapter: Act No. 537

Affects:

Amends Section 13:4405 and 35:199(A)(2)(b)253B.23 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes

Changes:
  1. Removes the requirement that an act of sale or other act evidencing a transfer of immovable property situated in the parish of Orleans be filed with the assessor by a Notary within 15 days.
  2.  Removes the requirement that an act of sale or other act evidencing a transfer of immovable property situated in the parish of Orleans sold at a sheriff’s sale be filed with the assessor by the sheriff.
Analysis:

Senate Bill 189 no longer requires a Notary who executes an act of sale evidencing transfer of real property in the parish of Orleans to file the act of sale with the assessor’s office within 15 days of the sale.

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