Preparation of true copy of document not sufficiently legible to reproduce readable photographic record
Whenever the text of a document presented for recording may be made out but is not sufficiently legible to reproduce a readable photographic record, the county clerk shall require the person presenting it for recording to substitute a legible original document or prepare a true copy thereof by handwriting or typewriting and attach the same to the original as a part of the document for making the permanent photographic record. [1965 c.301 §1(1); 1999 c.654 §15; 2005 c.22 §155]
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