2017 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 24 - Registration of Instruments
Part 1 - General Provisions
§ 66-24-107. Registration of certified copies from previous registration.

Universal Citation: TN Code § 66-24-107 (2017)

Where any deed of conveyance, or any power of attorney to convey, in which more than one (1) tract of land is conveyed or to be conveyed, lying in different counties, with the proper probates, has been registered in any county in which one (1), or more, of the tracts lies or where any such judgment or decree has been so recorded, it shall be lawful for any one interested therein, to have registered in the county or counties in which the other tract or tracts are situated, a copy of the deed of conveyance or power of attorney and certificate of probate, or judgment or decree, certified by the register of the county in which the deed of conveyance, power of attorney, judgment or decree may have been thus registered; and such registration shall be valid, and a copy thereof shall be received as evidence as if such registration had been of the original.

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