Act of May 11, 1959, P.L. 302, No. 50               Cl. 16
                                  AN ACT

     Providing for the recording of deeds and liens of property in
        one county which because of the relocating of boundary lines
        is determined to be in an adjoining county.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

        Section 1.  When the boundary line between any two or more
     counties has been ascertained, determined, surveyed, located,
     relocated, designated or marked, as provided by the act of
     August 9, 1955 (P.L.323), known as "The County Code," or any
     other act authorizing the fixing, relocation or marking of
     county lines, and land located in one county or lying along or
     near the boundary line of one county, the deed for which has
     been duly recorded in said county, is found or has become by
     said survey or proceeding to be all or partially within the
     limits of an adjoining county, the deed for the same, if
     recorded in the said adjoining county any time prior to one year
     after the report and map resulting from said survey or
     proceedings has been approved and recorded in the records of the
     Court of Quarter Sessions in the said adjoining county, shall
     have the same force, efficacy, validity and effect, as if
     originally recorded therein at the time the deed was recorded in
     the first mentioned county, and mortgages, judgments, or other
     liens recorded in the first mentioned county may also be
     recorded in the said adjoining county in the same manner as
     deeds, with like force and effect.
        Section 2.  This act shall take effect immediately.