1. In counties having a population of less than five hundred thousand, the county
clerk may install and maintain a single consolidated index, in lieu of all other indices
required by law, for the purpose of indexing alphabetically all liens or encumbrances
affecting real property recorded or filed in his office, except mortgages, lis pendens
2. A county clerk may adopt a new indexing system utilizing electro-mechanical, electronic
or any other method he deems suitable for maintaining the indexes.
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