2012 Florida Statutes
694.01 — Conveyances executed between 1817 and 1822.

FL Stat § 694.01 (2012 through 2nd Reg Sess) What's This?

694.01 Conveyances executed between 1817 and 1822.—All deeds of conveyance, bills of sale, mortgages or other transfers of property, either real or personal, within the limits of this state, made and received bona fide and upon good consideration at any time between January 17, 1817, and October 1, 1822, shall be as good and efficient in law and equity as if the same had been made and executed according to the formalities of the Spanish law as against the maker or makers thereof, and every person or persons claiming by, through, or under him, her, or them; provided, that nothing in this section contained shall be so construed as to affect the interest of persons not parties to any of the contracts aforesaid; and provided, also, that the said deeds of conveyance, bills of sale, mortgages and other transfers were recorded agreeably to the laws of the state within 6 months from June 24, 1823.

History.—June 24, 1823; RS 1968; GS 2474; RGS 3815; CGL 5688.

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