2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 46 - Property
Section 46:6-2 - Informalities Or Irregularities In Conveyances Executed By Agent Under Power

NJ Rev Stat § 46:6-2 (2016) What's This?

46:6-2. Informalities or irregularities in conveyances executed by agent under power
Whenever an attorney, authorized to execute and deliver conveyances of real estate has failed, prior to March twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three, to convey the title of his principal thereto as he was authorized to convey the same, by reason of any informality or irregularity in the recitals or subject matter contained in the deed or conveyance, or by reason of any informality or irregularity in the execution thereof, although it was the intention of such attorney to convey a good title to the same, such informality or irregularity shall not affect the title intended to be so conveyed, but such deed or conveyance shall convey the title of the principal in and to such real estate as effectually as though such informality or irregularity did not exist, and as though the principal had himself executed such deed or conveyance.

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