Each document page that is copied from the Grafton County Registry's website without the established and posted compensation represents lost revenue that would have offset the annual county tax to the citizens who have invested in the database/library for 242 years. It is with these citizens in mind that we implement the below changes to our system.
SCHEDULE OF CHANGES
July 1, 2015 Indexes only - No Images will be visible via the Internet to non-subscribers
July 1, 2015 A transparent watermark will be present on all images. Account holders may obtain a "clean copy" to print, once they have logged into their accounts.
October 1, 2015 Grafton County Registry of Deeds will accept E-recording
As of March 1, 2015 The Grafton County Registry of Deeds will be requiring 3 separate checks for recording documents.
One check for recording fees, one check for LCHIP surcharge and one check for the DRA Real Estate Transfer Tax. All three checks should be made payable to Grafton County Registry of Deeds.
The ability of the New Hampshire Department of Revenue to collect insufficient funds is the driving force behind this policy change. Maintaining the one check policy leaves the taxpayer of Grafton County responsible for any uncollected funds on returned checks for Real Estate Transfer Tax.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
New Hampshire Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) Returns To Be Accepted Electronically June 26, 2015 As part of its ongong effort to modernize filing for taxpayers, the Department is pleased to announce that, on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, taxpayers will have the option to file Real Estate Transfer Tax (RETT) returns. Visit the new website at http://revenue.nh.gov/
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