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Section 2937.26 | Cancellation of lien - form.


Whenever, by the order of a court, a recognizance under sections 2937.24 and 2937.25 of the Revised Code has been canceled, discharged, or set aside, or the cause in which such recognizance is taken has been dismissed or otherwise terminated the clerk of such court shall forthwith file with the county recorder of the county in which the real property is located, a notice of discharge in writing, in substance as follows:

"To whom it may concern:

Take notice that by the order of the court of _______________ (naming court) _______________ of the county (or city) of __________, the recognizance of _______________ as principal, and _______________ as surety, given in the cause of the State of Ohio, plaintiff, versus _______________, defendant, known and identified as Cause No. ________ in said court, is canceled, discharged, and set aside, and the lien of the State of Ohio on the real property therein pledged as security, is hereby waived, discharged, and set aside.

____________________ Clerk of the court.

Dated _______________"

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