UNOFFICIAL COPY AS OF 03/10/0404 REG. SESS.04 RS HB 611/HCS
(4)A map, plat, or drawing executed after the effective date of this Act and lodged in the office of a county clerk shall contain a three (3) inch by three (3) inch space at the bottom right corner.
(5)All records and documents executed after the effective date of this Act and lodged in the office of a county clerk shall have a print clarity as follows:
(a)They shall be printed with dark ink, on white paper that does not have background color, images, or writing.
(b)A printed character shall be crisp, clean, complete, and legible.
(c)A record or document shall not have superfluous decorations such as wax, ribbons, and gold seals.
(6)All records or documents that are completed by handwriting, excluding holographic wills, executed after the effective date of this Act and lodged in the office of a county clerk, shall be written in dark ink. Blue ink is acceptable if it is dark when photographically or electronically reproduced.
(7)A record or document executed after the effective date of this Act and lodged in a county clerk's office shall be printed on a minimum of twenty (20) pound weight paper.
(8)A county clerk shall not be prohibited from filing a record or document that does not meet the requirements established by this section if the instrument has been created, certified, or accepted for filing or recording by the United States government or a government of a nation or state.
SECTION 5. A NEW SECTION OF KRS CHAPTER 65 IS CREATED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
(1)There is created in the State Treasury the county clerks technology fund. The fund shall be administered by the Department for Local Government and the fund shall receive all moneys collected from the fee established in Section 6 of
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