§ 74.11. Record retention; admissibility; filing officer.
In lieu of retaining the original of a filing, a filing officer may make microfilm, photographic, photostat, electronic or other copies which accurately reproduce an original and may thereafter dispose of the originals so copied, and the copy will be admissible in evidence in a proceeding with the same effect as though it were an original. If a filing officer upon making a copy of a paper disposes of the original, then upon the filing of a termination notice the filing officer will be relieved of the duties imposed regarding the underlying intangible transition property notice, and instead will mark the termination notice on the index and will send to the financing party an acknowledgement of the filing of the termination notice.
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