Section 11-54-95

Documents of boards may be filed for record without payment of taxes or certain fees.

The certificate of incorporation of the industrial development board, any deeds or other documents whereby properties are conveyed to the board, any mortgages or deeds of trust executed by the board, any leases or agreements or contracts of sale made by the board, any deeds or other documents whereby properties are conveyed by the board to another pursuant to a contractual obligation of the board or as a result of the exercise of an option theretofore granted by the board, and the certificate of dissolution of the board may all be filed for record in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the board is organized or any county in which any property involved is located without the payment of any tax or fees other than such fees as may be authorized by law for the recording of such instruments.

(Acts 1949, No. 648, p. 991, §15; Acts 1953, No. 854, p. 1144, §2; Acts 1982, No. 82-432, p. 682.)