Sec. 3-2.06.   Payment prerequisite to recordation.
   The County Clerk-Recorder shall not record any deed, instrument, or writing subject to the tax imposed by the provisions of this chapter unless the tax is paid. If the person submitting the document so requests, the amount of tax due shall be shown on a separate paper which shall be affixed to the document by the County Clerk-Recorder after the permanent record is made and before the original is returned as specified in Section 27321 of the Government Code of the State.
   Every document subject to such tax, which document is submitted for recordation, shall show on the face of the document, or in a separate document, the amount of taxes due pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, and the County Clerk-Recorder may rely thereon.
   Every document subject to such tax, which document is submitted for recordation, shall show on the face of the document, or in a separate document, the location of the lands, tenements, or other realty described in the document.  If such lands, tenements, or other realty is located within a city in the County, the name of the city shall be set forth. If such lands, tenements, or other realty is located in the unincorporated area of the County, such fact shall be set forth. (§ 12, Ord. 578, as amended by § 4, Ord. 590)