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Deputy registrars' powers and duties
Real Property (RPP) CHAPTER 50, ARTICLE 12
§ 374. Deputy registrars' powers and duties. In any county where the
business under this article so warrants, the registrar may appoint a
chief deputy and as many other deputies as are needed. But no one unless
he is also a deputy register or an assistant deputy register appointed
under statutory authority, or a deputy county clerk, shall be appointed
as such deputy registrar unless he has qualified as an official examiner
of title as described and required by section three hundred and
seventy-seven of this chapter.

Deputies may perform any and all duties of the registrar in the name
of the registrar, and the acts of such deputies shall be held to be the
acts of the registrar, and in case of the death of the registrar, or his
removal from office, the chief deputy shall thereupon become the acting
registrar until such vacancy shall be filled according to law, and he
shall file a like bond and be vested with the same powers and subject to
the same responsibilities and entitled to the same compensation as in
the case of the registrar.