Section 5310.42 | Certificate of title of registered land effect after abolition.
A certificate of title that is transcribed or bound in the register of titles on the date of implementation in a county that has abolished land registration has the following effects on and after such date:
(A) Conclusive effect as to conveyances and encumbrances occurring before the date of implementation and noted on the certificate;
(B) Conclusive effect as to conveyances and encumbrances occurring before the date of implementation that, as of the date of implementation were not noted on the certificate, but the instruments for which had been filed for such notation;
(C) No conclusive effect with regard to conveyances or encumbrances occurring on or after the date of implementation.
The period of limitations prescribed in section 2305.04 of the Revised Code begins to run on the date of implementation with regard to any registered land in a county that has abolished land registration, the title to which land would, prior to the date of implementation, have been subject to acquisition by prescription or adverse possession but for section 5309.89 of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- February 28, 1991 – House Bill 161, 118th General Assembly [ View February 28, 1991 Version ]