2010 Florida Statutes
Board may purchase abstract books.
Board may purchase abstract books.—
Upon a petition of a majority of the registered voters of any county in this state, the board of county commissioners of said county, if the said board deems it advisable, may purchase a set of abstract books, for whatever price, and on whatever terms, the board may deem expedient. The clerk of the court shall have custody of said books, and they shall be open to examination free of charge.
s. 6, ch. 5173, 1903; GS 2510; RGS 3853; CGL 5760.