COUNTIES, DIVISION OF
                  Act of May 2, 1901, P.L. 138, No. 111               Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     Directing how to proceed, when a county has been divided and a
        new county erected therefrom, on mortgages, judgments, liens
        and other records, which have been made or entered in the
        original county and relate to or affect lands or tenements in
        the new county.

        Section 1.  Be it enacted, &c., That whenever a county is or
     has heretofore been divided and a new county erected therefrom
     the lien of all mortgages, judgments, mechanics' or other liens,
     verdicts, orders, decrees, awards of arbitrators, and all
     records which shall have been made or entered in the original
     county and relate to or affect lands or tenements in the new
     county, shall not be affected by the establishment of such new
     county; but, to proceed thereon, certified copies thereof shall
     be made by the recorder, prothonotary, clerk, register, or other
     proper officer, which shall be entered by the like officer in
     the new county, as part of the records of his office, and like
     proceedings be had thereon, the same as if originally entered in
     such new county.
        Section 2.  Where in any proceedings taken in accordance with
     the provisions of this act the satisfaction of any mortgage,
     judgment, mechanics' or other lien, decree, order or other
     record shall be ordered, upon the production of a copy of such
     order duly certified, the recorder, prothonotary, clerk or other
     officer of the original county shall satisfy the original
     record.