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Section 5310.50 | County recorder duties.


Beginning on the date of implementation in a county that has abolished land registration, the county recorder shall:

(A) Continue all certificates of title that, on the date of implementation, were transcribed or bound in the register of titles, to reflect both of the following:

(1) Conveyances and encumbrances occurring prior to 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;

(2) Matters subject to determination as the result of proceedings contemplated by section 5310.44 of the Revised Code.

(B) When the continuation of a certificate of title is complete, duplicate the certificate and record the duplicate as a muniment of title in the traditional recordation system. A duplicate certificate of title, filed in the traditional recordation system under this division, has the same effects under section 5310.42 of the Revised Code as the identical certificate bound or transcribed in the register of titles.

(C) Archive, in a safe, secure, and readily accessible place, the register of titles and the several other files, books, indexes, and other records that pertain to registered land;

(D) Record, as muniments of title in the traditional recordation system, instruments for the conveyance or encumbrance of registered land that, on and after the date of implementation, are filed for recordation in the traditional recordation system as provided in sections 5310.41 and 5310.45 of the Revised Code, rather than issuing a new certificate of title or entering a notation upon the certificate of title that pertains to the land.

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