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      RS 9:2941.1     


§2941.1.  Recordation; subsequent filings; interest prohibited; cancellation of mortgage records

A.  Upon the recordation in the mortgage and conveyance records of a bond for deed contract as defined in R.S. 9:2941, any sale, contract, counterletter, lease, or mortgage executed by the bond for deed seller, and any lien, privilege, or judgment relating to or purporting to affect immovable property that has not been filed previously for registry or recorded in the mortgage records shall be subject to the rights created by the bond for deed contract.

B.  Following registry of the sale by bond for deed seller to the bond for deed purchaser, his successors or assigns, any such instrument or writing that was filed in the mortgage records after the filing of the bond for deed contract shall be cancelled by the clerk of court or the recorder of mortgages upon request by affidavit of any interested party, but only insofar as it affects the property described in the bond for deed and subsequent sale, after the note holder or lien holder has been given thirty days written notice and fails to execute a release.  A copy of the sale by the bond for deed seller to the bond for deed purchaser or his successors or assigns, containing relevant recordation information, shall be attached to the request.

C.  The provisions of this Section shall not apply to tax sales or redemptions as provided for by R.S. 47:2171, et seq.

Acts 2006, No. 582, §1; Acts 2010, No. 386, §1.

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