2018 Mississippi Code
Title 89 - Real and Personal Property
Chapter 5 - Recording of Instruments
Article 1 - General Provisions.
- § 89-5-1. Recording instruments; conveyances, acknowledgment, priority.
- § 89-5-3. Conveyances, mortgages; void if not lodged for record.
- § 89-5-5. Priority of all instruments, and notice thereof controlled by date of filing for record; take effect, when.
- § 89-5-7. Written contracts in relation to land recordable.
- § 89-5-8. Affidavits relating to identification, marital status, heirship, etc. of party to instrument affecting real estate titles recordable; affidavit of scrivener’s error recordable; admissibility.
- § 89-5-9. Copies of certain records may be recorded.
- § 89-5-11. Patents issued by United States or this state recordable.
- § 89-5-13. Instruments of conveyance recorded for seven and ten years; acknowledgment valid.
- § 89-5-15. Transfer of record; debt to be noted on record.
- § 89-5-17. Assignments of indebtedness to be marked on record.
- § 89-5-19. When a lien appears by the record to be barred, it ceases.
- § 89-5-21. Entry of satisfaction upon record of mortgage or deed of trust.
- § 89-5-23. Oil, gas, and mineral leases; cancellation of record upon expiration.
- § 89-5-24. Form of certain documents or instruments presented for recording; contents; exempt documents or instruments; additional recording fee for nonconforming documents or instruments.
- § 89-5-25. How instrument recorded and indexed; records public; copies.
- § 89-5-27. Receipt for instruments delivered to chancery clerk for recording.
- § 89-5-29. Mortgages and deeds of trust on land; how recorded.
- § 89-5-31. [Reserved]
- § 89-5-33. General index; direct and reverse.
- § 89-5-35. How certain conveyances indexed.
- § 89-5-37. Name of beneficiary must be disclosed in mortgage or deed of trust to be recorded; exception.
- § 89-5-39. Books of record not to be removed.
- § 89-5-41. Records in counties divided into two districts.
- § 89-5-43. Penalty on clerk for failure of duty.
- § 89-5-45. Substitution of trustee must appear of record; general substitution allowed for certain beneficiaries.
- §§ 89-5-47 through 89-5-53. Repealed.
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