Any person feeling himself aggrieved by the action, finding, or decision of the county recorder, or by his refusal to act, in any matter pertaining to the first registration of land, or any subsequent transfer, or charge, lien, interest, or estate in or upon such land, or by the recorder's filing, failing, neglecting, or refusing to file any instrument, or entering or canceling or failing, neglecting, or refusing to enter or cancel any memorial or notation, or by his wrongfully doing, or by his failing, neglecting, or refusing to do any other thing required of him by sections 5309.02 to 5310.21 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, may, within three days thereafter, file with the recorder a written notice of intention to appeal, and shall, within ten days thereafter, file in the court of common pleas a petition setting forth the matter complained of and making the recorder and other persons whose interest may be affected, parties defendant, who shall be notified by summons or other process as provided by law in civil actions, or by registered mail and other process as provided in cases of original registration. Such person shall also file with his petition a bond with sureties to the approval of the clerk of the court of common pleas in such sum as may be fixed by a judge of said court or of the probate court conditioned for the due prosecution of such proceeding and payment of all costs and of all damages which any person in interest may suffer if the judgment of the court should be against the appellant. The recorder shall forthwith after the filing of such bond, file with such clerk a statement or transcript of the things the recorder has done in the matter complained of in the petition. The court shall proceed therein as in other cases and make such order or decree as is according to law and equity in the premises and sections 5309.02 to 5310.21 , inclusive[,] of the Revised Code. The clerk of the court making such order shall under the seal of the court, make and deliver a certified copy thereof to the recorder who shall file and make entry of such order and otherwise act in pursuance of and according to the terms of such order. Such order shall be final.
Cite as R.C. § 5309.83
History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953