Land title registration - Constitution Of Pennsylvania § 21
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§ 21. Land title registration.
Laws may be passed providing for a system of registering,
transferring, insuring of and guaranteeing land titles by the
State, or by the counties thereof, and for settling and
determining adverse or other claims to and interest in lands the
titles to which are so registered, transferred, insured, and
guaranteed; and for the creation and collection of indemnity
funds; and for carrying the system and powers hereby provided
for into effect by such existing courts as may be designated by
the Legislature. Such laws may provide for continuing the
registering, transferring, insuring, and guaranteeing such
titles after the first or original registration has been
perfected by the court, and provision may be made for raising
the necessary funds for expenses and salaries of officers, which
shall be paid out of the treasury of the several counties.
(Nov. 2, 1915, P.L.1104, J.R.4; May 16, 1967, P.L.1037, J.R.3)
1967 Amendment. Joint Resolution No.3 renumbered former
section 21 to present section 18 and amended and numbered
present section 21.
1915 Amendment. Joint Resolution No.4 added the provisions
of this section without article or section number.
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Last modified: November 27, 2007