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If a sheriff deed was recorded with the wrong parcel number typed on it is it a valid enforceable instrument?

Columbus, OH |

If the legal description is correct and the parcel number is wrong can the sheriff evict us?

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The PPN is a number assigned and used by the county auditor for purposes of taxation
It is not an identifier for the parcel


That is what is called a scrivner's error. It could be corrected and enforced.


Yes it is still valid and enforceable. The permanent parcel number is an aid to the governmental authorities.

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