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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.
"Heartbreak Hotel," no horror stories emerging from Neverland can ever unrecord "Bad" or
Pay attention over the next couple of weeks when you try a record, amend, revert, unrecord.