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Ohio Revised Code Title XIII. Commercial Transactions § 1337.08

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The county recorder shall record in the official records all powers of attorney authorizing the transfer of personal property or the transaction of any business relating thereto.  Upon presentation of such a power of attorney, the county recorder shall endorse thereon the date of its presentation, and after it is recorded endorse thereon the time at which the instrument was recorded, and the number or letter and page of the official records in which it is recorded.  The county recorder also shall keep an index of each power of attorney so recorded as provided in section 317.18 of the Revised Code.

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