386.03 Reception books.
Every county recorder shall keep two books, to be denominated, respectively, the grantor's and grantee's reception book, each page of which shall be divided into seven columns, in the following forms:
Date of To Whom Book Reception, Where Delivered Fees and Year, Grantor Grantee Situated after Received Page Day, Record Record- Hour ed and and Minute Kind of Instru- ment Date of To Whom Book Reception, Where Delivered Fees and Year, Grantee Grantor Situated after Received Page Day, Record Record- Hour ed and and Minute Kind of Instru- ment
The recorder shall enter in each book, in the order and manner aforesaid, as soon as the same are received, all deeds and other instruments left, and all copies left, as cautions or notices of liens, authorized by law to be recorded. The pages of each of the reception books shall be lettered in alphabetical order, a convenient number of consecutive pages being allotted to each letter of the alphabet, and every entry made therein shall be made in the grantor's reception book under the initial letter of the grantor's surname, and in the grantee's reception book under the grantee's surname, and all such entries shall appear therein consecutively and in the order as to time in which the instruments were received. The recorder shall make an entry in the record immediately after the copy of each instrument recorded specifying the time of the day, month, and year when the same was recorded.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes