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  59.580.  Records transcribed, when. — When any of the books or records in or belonging to the office of recorder of deeds in any county are obliterated, torn, or in a ruinous condition, or when the writing in any such book or record is from any cause becoming so obscured, defaced or faded as to endanger its legibility, the county commission of any such county shall, by its proper order duly entered of record, direct the recorder of deeds to transcribe any such book or record in a new and suitable book, or in new and suitable books, to be provided by the county commission.


(RSMo 1939 § 3636)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3246; 1919 § 10608; 1909 § 10419

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