The Bucks County Registry Office is responsible for registering and maintaining the county`s real estate records. The Bucks County Registry of Deeds Office houses public records from 1864 to the present day. You can also search online for legal descriptions of real estate at the Bucks County Appraisal Office: buckspa.devnetwedge.com/ Schaffling was fired, although the lawsuit alleges mcPhillip praised her work to a former county attorney weeks before he was fired. Deeds of transfer of ownership in one of the following municipalities MUST be registered with them within 72 hours of registration: Sellersville, Perkasie, Quakertown, New Britain, Newtown, Doylestown and Morrisville Boroughs and Buckingham, Doylestown, New Britain, Lower Southampton, West Rockhill, Wrightstown, Durham and Warwick Townships. DOCUMENT REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS * There must be a 3-inch border at the top of the first page of a document. On the left side are the name, address and phone number “Prepared from and back to”, followed by the package number entered. The right side of this edge is reserved for the recorder. * All other margins on the first page are 1 inch, as are all margins on all subsequent pages. * Documents must be submitted on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper with a font size of at least 10 points. Black ink must be used.
The pressure can be double-sided as long as the guy does not pass through the blood on the other side. * The addresses of the fellows must be entered. * Deeds will not be accepted unless the real estate transfer tax is paid at the time of admission. In many purchase agreements, buyers and sellers share the tax, but the new owner is responsible if there are any questions about the amount of tax paid. * A declaration of value form is required if the land transfer tax is not paid or if the real value of the property is not indicated in the deed. An immovable transfer tax or valuation account must be attached to all transfers, unless an exemption is clearly indicated in the deed. * If a deed transfers ownership to more than one municipality, it is necessary to indicate which part of the total value will be credited to each tax authority. * A certificate must be confirmed to be registered. The date of confirmation cannot be earlier than the date of the document.
The confirmation must include: the county, state, date, name and title of the persons or agents who show up, the notarized signature, the seal and the expiry date. If an item is missing, the confirmation is defective. * A deed or hypothec must indicate the municipality, county and condition of the property. * All documents directly related to real estate must include the county tax identification number and be submitted to the Bucks County Assessment Board prior to admission. The Bucks County Prothonotary`s Office does not publish information about tailings registration. The admission fee for bucks county prothonotary is as follows: The fee for registering a deed or mortgage that does not exceed four names, four pages and a package number is $81.75, including the registration fee. After the first four pages and/or names, the fee is an additional $4 per page and/or $1 per name. Each additional plan number over $1 costs $10 each. The easement of $68.75, which does not exceed four names, four pages and a parcel number, is $81.75, including registration fees.
After the first four pages and/or names, the fee is an additional $4 per page and/or $1 per name. Each additional plan number over $1 costs $10 each. If you submit a certificate by mail, it must meet all legal requirements. The cheque must also be issued for the exact amount. Cheques can be paid to the “Register of Deeds”. Local and state transfer taxes, each representing 1% of the total consideration, may be due upon registration. Contact the Bucks County Recorder of Deeds at 215-348-6209 if you have any questions about registration fees and transfer taxes. You can also search online for Bucks County Prothonotary Office records: propublic.buckscountyonline.org/PSI/v/search/case Before being hired in the recorder`s office, Schaffling worked as an accounts payable clerk for a warehouse clerk in Middletown. McCracken previously served as Senior Recorder and Administrator for Bucks County from 2017 to 2019. You can obtain the legal description of the property in person from the Bucks County Prothonotary of Deeds Office: Bucks County Courthouse 55 East Court St, 6th Floor (New Location) Doylestown, PA 18901 To file a mechanic`s lien in Delaware County, simply fill out the standard form for the State of Pennsylvania. The margin and page size are as follows: they are NOT on the official Website of Bucks County, but on Deeds.com, a private website that is not affiliated with a government agency. All documents purchased through the Bucks County Web Viewer are charged $0.10 for each page, as well as a technology fee of $1.00 per cart.
A convenience fee of 2.39% or $1.50 (minimum) is charged by Value Payment Systems for the processing of all transactions. Robinson lost his re-election last year to former Warminster supervisor Daniel J. McPhillips, who then replaced Schaffling with a registered Republican, according to the illegal dismissal lawsuit filed last week in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia. Bucks County Justice Center 100 North Main Street, 1st Floor Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901 After Schaffling`s termination, McPhillip hired Suzanne McCracken to take over as the second assistant recorder of the acts, the lawsuit says. The former second-top administrator of the Bucks County Registry of Deeds office says in a federal lawsuit that she was unfairly fired earlier this year, two months after her new boss took office. Access to a copy of a lien may require the payment of a fee. The Bucks County Prothonotary`s Office accepts checks, cash, money orders, or other major credit/debit card companies.
If your construction project is located in Bucks County, then yes, you should file your lien here. Municipal, mechanical, federal, Commonwealth or certified as an incoming copy: $31.50 “Party affiliation is not an appropriate condition for the effective performance of the duties of the second deputy recorder of acts,” according to the lawsuit. You may deposit your mechanical privileges in person at the Bucks County Prothonotary`s Office, located at: 1. You and your lawyer`s information. 2. Owner Information. 3. Information provided by the tenant.
4. The first and last date on which the project was worked. This is also known as the first and last performance date. 5. Notices of intent to privilege are required in Pennsylvania, so specify the information to which the notices were sent. 6. Add an explanation about the work and materials provided for the work. 7.
Use this statement to calculate your amount for the claim. 8. Include the legal description of the property that you will find at the Allegheny County Prothonotary`s Office. The office is open to the public on weekdays from 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. The lawsuit names the Bucks County, Bucks County and McPhillips Act Recorder`s Office as defendants, which is being sued both individually and in its position in the range office. Certifications: $5.50 for the first page and $1.70 for each additional page Carol Schaffling of Upper Southampton says she lost her $81,600 a year job as a second deputy on the registry solely because she is a registered Democrat and helped with the re-election campaign of former recorder Robin Robinson, also a Democrat. On March 2, two months after McPhillips took over the recorder of Deeds position, he requested a meeting with Schaffling and ended it on March 3, according to the lawsuit. McPhillips reportedly told Schaffling that he was “going in a different direction” with his position.
The former principal of Upper Bucks Tech School claims in the lawsuit that he was fired because of covid mask rules. Schaffling was hired to work in the office in February 2018, shortly after Robinson took over the office. During Robinson`s re-election campaign last year, Schaffling gave money and distributed literature to independent voters who supported Robinson, according to the lawsuit. Neither McPhillips nor Montgomery County Attorney General Ethan O`Shea, who represents Schaffling, responded immediately to emails seeking comment Monday. Follow the general privileges in Pennsylvania. Add information like: Bucks County declined to comment on the lawsuit, a spokesperson said. 55 East Court St, 2nd Floor, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901 The lawsuit alleges that Schaffling was fired not only because of her party affiliation, but also because she “engaged in constitutionally protected activities, namely supporting Robinson`s re-election as Registrar of Deeds of Bucks County.” Office of Prothonotary Bucks County Courthouse, 100 North Main Street Doylestown, PA 18901 Phone: 215-348-6191 Fax: 215-348-6184 After the resignation of her predecessor, Schaffling was promoted to the position of second deputy recorder of acts in September 2021, the lawsuit says.