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If you are seeking to challenge a will, if there are any documents in the recorder of deeds, they are public record. Anything in the public records must be maintained by the agency where it was filed. If you want information from the public records, you need to file a public records request in writing under the Freedom of Information
Act. If they refuse to turn it over, you can file a subpoena
for the information as part of the suit you have filed to contest the new PoA.
The law does not say they have to keep any book, the public records laws say they have to keep all publicly filed records, so anything filed would have to be kept in the public records files.
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