2009 Florida Statutes
Photographic recording by county court judge.
696.06 Photographic recording by county court judge.--
(1) In every county in the state, the county court judge may record any and all instruments filed for record by photographic process, this phrase being used in its most general sense not excluding any photographic process heretofore or hereafter devised, however designated, such as may be recommended by the county court judge from time to time and approved by the board of county commissioners, and the board of county commissioners shall provide out of the general revenue fund adequate equipment and supplies for making and preserving such records in accordance with the process so recommended and approved.
(2) Any instrument heretofore recorded and any action of the boards of county commissioners or county court judges heretofore performed in accordance with the provisions of this section shall be held good and valid.
History.--s. 1, ch. 11382, 1925; CGL 5723; ss. 1, 2, ch. 21785, 1943; s. 26, ch. 73-334.