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Chapter 61

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  61.111.  Orders of courts of record for surveying to be executed — records to be kept (certain first class counties). — 1.  The highway administrator shall execute or cause to be executed all orders directed to him by the courts of record of his county for the surveying or resurveying of any lot or tract of land, the title to which is in dispute before such court, and all orders of survey for the partition of real estate in such county.  He shall keep a copy of all plats of surveys made or caused to be made by him in a book maintained for that purpose in which such surveys shall be numbered, and which shall contain an index.  He shall also file a copy of any official survey made or caused to be made by him in the office of the recorder of deeds of such county.

  2.  The highway administrator shall also keep and carefully preserve all books, records, surveys, plats, plans and other papers pertaining to his office, and which are required by law to be kept by the county highway administrator or the county surveyor, in the office provided him by the county for that purpose, and he shall account for and deliver the same, together with all tools, machinery, material and equipment to which he has come into possession by reason of his office, to his successor in office.


(L. 1973 H.B. 715)

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