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Friday, July 25, 2014

Letter of Introduction from Lisa Scott, Candidate for Register of Deeds


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

With only ONE Registry of Deeds in the entire state of NH that does not allow on-line research, I would certainly vote for Ms. Scott instead of the current registrar. I've heard the arguments, but there is nothing unique about our county registry. If 8 of the 9 in the state can do it, then there is ZERO reason for our current registrar to prevent access on-line. The data is already available electronically....all she has to do is flip the switch. Please vote for Ms. Scott !!

Joe Cormier/jcormier2@myfairpoint.net said...

"registry of deeds ...on-line research"

Definitely an incentive ... for all the candidates!

Anonymous said...

Lis Scott claims to be a para-legal who knows what the registar needs to do.
Her first mistake is to say all buyers and sellers will come to the registry to record their deeds, sellers do not record their deeds they sold the property and a wise buyer will record but usually its the lawyer for the bank who does the recording.
secondly rarely would anyone record personal property at the registry, but towns record tax deeds, planning board plans and surveyors will record plans they do for owners.
It appears Lisa Scott has not done her homework on what a registry of deeds is for. Then the former registar who refused to put the county online supports her so why would she take Asha Kenneys years of promoting the registry be online as a campaign issue unless she knows Ms. Kenney is right on that taxpayers will get service and tax relief by having a registry oonline with proper bidding for the cvosts at the registry.