Section 2101.13 | Probate judge shall make entries omitted by his predecessor.
When a probate judge, whether elected or appointed, enters upon the discharge of the judge's official duties, the judge shall make, in the books and other record-keeping materials of the judge's office, the proper records, entries, and indexes omitted by the judge's predecessors in office. When made, the entries shall have the same validity and effect as though they had been made at the proper time and by the officer whose duty it was to make them, and the judge shall sign all entries and records made by the judge as though the entries, proceedings, and records had been commenced, prosecuted, determined, and made by or before the judge.
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- January 13, 2012 – Senate Bill 124, 129th General Assembly [ View January 13, 2012 Version ]