2015 Hawaii Revised Statutes
502. Bureau of Conveyances; Recording
502-81 Instruments may be recorded; as evidence.

HI Rev Stat § 502-81 (2015) What's This?


Sections 502-81 to 502-85 designated as Part VIII and part heading amended by L 2009, c 102, §2(9).

§502-81 Instruments may be recorded; as evidence. Every conveyance or other instrument, acknowledged or proved, and certified in the manner hereinbefore prescribed, by any of the officers before named, may be read in evidence without further proof thereof, and is entitled to be recorded. [CC 1859, §1258; am imp L 1917, c 207, §1; am L 1921, c 34, §1; RL 1925, §3168; RL 1935, §5154; RL 1945, §12754; RL 1955, §343-47; HRS §502-81]

Case Notes

Deed of corporation admissible in evidence, when. 18 H. 412, 413.

Where due execution shown instrument admissible in evidence even if certificate of acknowledgment invalid. 26 H. 121.

Agreement between grantee named in a deed and another declaring that both had interests in the land and setting out terms of their arrangement, entitled to be recorded. 32 H. 323, 325.

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