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A. The county recorder shall receive the following fees:
1. For recording papers required or authorized by law to be recorded, if the fee is not otherwise specified in this section, thirty dollars per instrument.
2. For recording papers to which the United States, this state or a political subdivision of this state, including cities, towns and irrigation, drainage and electrical districts, is a party, when recorded at the request of the United States, this state or the political subdivision, fifteen dollars per instrument.
3. For preparing and certifying copies of a record in the recorder's office, one dollar for each page or partial page. In addition for attaching the recorder's certificate and seal, three dollars.
4. For issuing a certificate pursuant to section 47-9523, ten dollars for each name, plus one dollar for each financing statement or statement of assignment reported therein.
B. The fees provided in subsection A, paragraphs 1 and 2 of this section include the amount charged pursuant to section 11-475.01.
C. Notwithstanding subsection A, paragraph 3 of this section, the recorder shall prepare and furnish copies and certifications at one-half of the established fee when requested by any state agency for official purposes.
D. The county recorder shall not receive a fee for performing the duties prescribed by this section for an office, agency or department of the county where the document is to be recorded. This exemption shall apply only when the fees would otherwise be paid from public monies.