Illinois Statutes Chapter 765. Property § 205/5a. Duty of recorder or registrar of title
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§ 5a. The recorder or the Registrar of Title of any county shall not record deeds or leases which attempt to convey property contrary to the provisions of this Act. In case of doubt, the recorder or the Registrar of Title of any County may require the person presenting such deed or lease to give evidence of the legality of a conveyance by an affidavit as to the facts which exempt such conveyance from the provisions of this Act.
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