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Circuit Court Deed Book Forms

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How to Fill Out Revisable PDF Formsbullet Format of Forms

The following forms can be completed online and printed for submission to the court. The forms available for completion online are those typically completed and submitted by an attorney-represented or self-represented party to a case.

Circuit Court
Deed Book Forms and Instructions
Certificate of Partial Satisfaction
[Form CC-1501]
Instructions
Certificate and Affidavit of Satisfaction
[Form CC-1505]
Instructions
Certificate of Release of Memorandum of Lis Pendens Attachment
[Form CC-1510]
Instructions
Memorandum for Mechanic's Lien Claimed by General Contractor Under Virginia Code § 43-5
[Form CC-1512]
Instructions
Memorandum for Mechanic's Lien Claimed By Subcontractor Under Virginia Code § 43-7
[Form CC-1513]
Instructions
Memorandum for Mechanic's Lien Claimed By Sub-Subcontractor Under Virginia Code § 43-9
[Form CC-1514]
Instructions
Certificate of Release of Mechanics Lien
[Form CC-1515]
Instructions
Certificate of Transfer
[Form CC-1520]
Certificate of Extension of Deed of Trust
[Form CC-1525]
Instructions

How to Fill Out Revisable PDF Forms

To fill out a form, open the form by clicking on it. All fields within the form that can be edited will be highlighted in grey. Click inside the first field you wish to edit. Some fields only allow one line within that particular field to be edited. Begin typing. Use your "Tab" key to navigate forward through the different fields. Use the "Shift" plus "Tab" keys together to go back. Print the form by using the "Print for Submission to Court" button at the top of the form (rather than by using the print feature of your internet browser). Deliver the printout to the appropriate court.

Format of Forms

These forms are available as Adobe Acrobat PDF documents. The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view, complete and print PDF documents.

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