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Section 5301.17 | New deed from state to correct errors.


When, from satisfactory evidence, it appears to the governor and attorney general that an error has occurred in a deed executed and delivered in the name of the state, or in the certificate of any public officer, upon which, if correct, a conveyance would be required from the state, the governor shall correct such error by the execution of a correct title deed, according to the intent and object of the original purchase or conveyance, to the party entitled to it, his heirs, or legal assigns, and take from such party a release to the state of the property erroneously conveyed.

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