(305 ILCS 5/3-10.3) (from Ch. 23, par. 3-10.3)
    Sec. 3-10.3. Recorder's duties. The recorder in counties in which he is required to keep a tract index shall record and index the notice of lien and any certificate of release issued pursuant to Section 3-10.6 in the manner provided by law for the recording and indexing of other instruments. In all other counties the recorder of deeds shall procure a file labeled "Aid to the Aged, Blind or Disabled Real Estate Lien Notices" and an index book labeled "Aid to the Aged, Blind or Disabled Real Estate Lien Index".
    When a notice of lien is presented for filing he shall file it in numerical order and enter it alphabetically in respect to each person to whom the lien applies in the index. The entry shall show the name and address of the recipient, the serial number of the notice and date and hour of filing. When a certificate of release of lien issued by the County Department is presented for filing in the office of recorder or registrar of titles where the notice of lien was filed, the recorder, in the case of nonregistered property shall permanently attach the certificate of release to the notice of lien and shall enter the certificate of release and the date in the index on the line where the notice of lien is entered. In the case of registered property, the registrar of titles shall file and enter upon each folium of the register of titles affected thereby a memorial of the certificate of release, which memorial, when so entered, shall act as a release pro tanto of any memorial of such notice of lien previously filed and registered.
(Source: P.A. 83-358.)