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A. Whenever the commissioner issues a cease and desist order, obtains a court order enjoining further sales, issues an order of prohibition or suspends approval of an unsubdivided lands public report, the action shall be recorded in the book of deeds in the office of the county recorder in any county in which the unsubdivided property is located and include the legal description of the affected land. The commissioner shall also provide notice of the order or suspension to all affected parties with an ownership interest of record in any lot, parcel or fractional interest, in the unsubdivided property within ten business days of issuing the order or suspension.
B. In the event of a revocation of any of the orders which require recording in subsection A, an order of release shall be recorded in the same manner within ten business days.