If a parcel of registered land lies partly in two or more counties, and one of the counties abolishes land registration, the portion lying in the nonabolishing county is subject to the following on and after the date of implementation:
(B) The certificate of title pertaining to the portion has the effects stated in section 5310.42 of the Revised Code;
(C) Any proceedings pertaining to the portion as contemplated by section 5310.44 of the Revised Code that are pending on the date of implementation shall be carried through to completion as provided in that section. Upon conclusion of such proceedings, the portion shall be dealt with, and instruments for its conveyance or encumbrance recorded, as provided in section 5310.45 of the Revised Code. Any certificate of title that results from such proceedings has the effects stated in section 5310.46 of the Revised Code.
(D) Any person who has a cause of action with regard to the portion as contemplated by section 5310.47 of the Revised Code may commence and prosecute an action as provided in that section;
(E) Section 5310.48 of the Revised Code applies to any duplicate certificate of title that pertains to the portion;
(F) The court of common pleas and probate court of the nonabolishing county have jurisdiction with regard to the portion only as provided in section 5310.49 of the Revised Code;
(G) Subject to section 5310.54 of the Revised Code, the county recorder of the nonabolishing county shall proceed to deregister the portion in his county in the manner prescribed in sections 5310.50 and 5310.51 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 02-28-1991