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Recording of maps or plot plans
Real Property (RPP) CHAPTER 50, ARTICLE 9
§ 333-b. Recording of maps or plot plans. 1. Notwithstanding any other
provisions of this article, a map or plot plan showing property
boundaries and data not relating to subdivisions and the filing thereof
may be recorded in the same manner as a deed, if the map or plot plan is
attached to the conveying instrument. A map or plot plan recorded
pursuant to this section shall clearly delineate and locate by
dimensions the parcel or interest conveyed in such manner that such
parcel or interest can be located on the premises affected. Such map or
plot plan may appear on one or more pages as needed, shall be drawn on
legal size paper and shall have lettering thereon no smaller than elite
type, and all lines shall be legible and of sufficient size for easy
reading after photocopying or microfilming. The recording officer may
reject or refuse to record any map or plot plan that is unclear, crowded
and not suitable for photocopying.

2. If the property is situated in a county maintaining a tax map
department, it shall be the duty of the person, corporation or agent who
offers such map or plot plan for recording to deliver to and leave with
the recording officer a duplicate copy of the map or plot plan. Such
duplicate copy shall be transmitted to the tax map department on or
before the fifteenth day of each month by the recording officer or by
such other officer or agency as may be designated by the county
legislative body.