The obtaining of a decree of registration and receiving a certificate of title is an agreement running with the land that the land shall, unless the owner complies with the provisions of section 5309.68 of the Revised Code or unless a resolution of abolition is implemented under section 5310.38 of the Revised Code, remain registered land and be subject to sections 5309.02 to 5310.21 of the Revised Code. Such agreement is binding on the applicant and the successors in title. All dealings with the land or any interest therein, after such land has been brought under such sections, and all liens, encumbrances, and charges upon such land shall be made only subject to such sections.
If any involuntary interest in registered land has come into existence by executory devise, executory limitation, or otherwise since the issuing of any certificate of title, the registered owner or the person claiming such interest may apply to the court by petition, to which all persons in interest shall be made parties and brought before the probate court or the court of common pleas, as provided in original registration or as in other civil actions, to have such interest registered. The court upon a hearing shall make such order as the case requires and direct the county recorder to make registration accordingly.
Cite as R.C. § 5309.29
History. Effective Date: 02-28-1991