§ 38.06  DOCUMENT FORMAT REGULATIONS.
   (A)   If the County Recorder installs a computerized optical imaging storage and retrieval system in his or her office, every instrument in a physical format larger than 11 inches by 17 inches which is thereafter filed with the Recorder’s office must have submitted along with it a clear and readable reduction of the size 11 inches by 17 inches. This includes but is not limited to large format versions of the following document types:
      (1)   Annexations;
      (2)   Condominium surveys;
      (3)   Correction to plats;
      (4)   Declaration amendments;
      (5)   Declarations, codes, covenants and restrictions;
      (6)   Disclaimer of easements;
      (7)   Easements;
      (8)   Plans;
      (9)   Plots;
      (10)   Plats of dedication;
      (11)   Plats of highway;
      (12)   Plats of subdivision;
      (13)   Plats of survey;
      (14)   Plats of vacation;
      (15)   Proposed annexations; and
      (16)   Variances.
   (B)   Anyone who files an instrument at the Recorder’s office after the optical imaging storage and retrieval system is in operation, which is in a physical format larger than 11 inches by 17 inches, must submit in addition to all other required large format copies a clear and readable reduction to the size 11 inches by 17 inches.
(1980 Code, § 38.06)  (Res. 93-264P, passed 11-18-1993)