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  • v. To remove something that has been recorded


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  • In the mid 90s, I delayed, procrastinated, and was just plain stubborn in refusing to draft an opinion memo saying that the government recorder's office could "unrecord" an improperly recorded deed.

    British Blogs

  • "Heartbreak Hotel," no horror stories emerging from Neverland can ever unrecord "Bad" or

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  • Pay attention over the next couple of weeks when you try a record, amend, revert, unrecord.

    Planet Haskell


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