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In recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for a parcel be stated on its deed. However, a tax stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000 in value, or fraction thereof, is affixed to each deed.

• William S. and Elizabeth E. Hosmer, of Mount Airy, to Miguel Angel Acevedo Zarraga of Mount Airy. 10.4 acres in South Westfield. $90.

• Lynette D. and Bryant Densen, of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, to Eternal Greens LLC. Four acres in Surry County. $130.

• Buddy Ray Atkinson, of Mount Airy, to Dana Ray Marshall, of Mount Airy. 2.7 acres in Mount Airy. $1.

• Robin D. and Nanette L. Atkins, of Surry County, to Bethany A. and Joshua L. Collins of Ararat. One tract in Eldora. $280.

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