Developers are also responsible for making all registration fees available, usually paid by a cheque to pay to “Recorder of Deeds. The registration fee is usually $36 or more (the exact amount depends on the number of pages saved and is determined during the development verification process). The agreement and fees executed by the owner and should be sent to MSD Engineering Department, c/o Development Review. MSD will provide the agreement and tax to the deeds office recorder. Most maintenance contracts are accompanied by an exhibition that shows the location of the BMP. A checklist of items to add to the maintenance contract is also available. All rainwater facilities that are not in public law are maintained by the owner of the land where the BMP is located. Before MSD approves the development plans, the landowner must execute a maintenance contract with the borough, which guarantees the maintenance of private rainwater management facilities. The rainwater maintenance contract is a “typical agreement” for each project. After execution by the owner and MSD, these maintenance contracts are registered in St. Louis County (or City) Operations Recorder. A maintenance contract, for example, is available.