Ohio Revised Code Title LIX. Veterans Military Affairs § 5911.12
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In all cases in which a certificate of title, or any other instrument or memorandum affecting registered land, is wholly canceled, it shall be retained by the county recorder and filed in his office under its proper file number and carefully preserved.
In all cases where part of the land described in a certificate of title is transferred, the county recorder shall issue a new certificate of title to the transferee for the part of the land transferred, and shall indorse on the transferor's registered and duplicate certificates, a notation partially canceling the same, and the reasons therefor, stating the number of the new certificate for the transferred land. The county recorder shall maintain as active the transferor's registered and duplicate certificates for the residue of the land not transferred without issuing a new certificate to the transferor for the residue.
(A) The adjutant general may issue regulations and other publications governing the appointment of officers in the Ohio national guard and all other matters as necessary to conform to the requirements made or authorized by congress for participation in federal appropriations for the national guard.
(B) In issuing regulations and other publications under division (A) of this section, the adjutant general need not comply with Chapter 111. or 119. of the Revised Code.
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