2017 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 26 - Effect of Authentication and Registration
- § 66-26-101. Effect of instruments with or without registration.
- § 66-26-102. Notice to all the world.
- § 66-26-103. Unregistered instruments void as to creditors and bona fide purchasers.
- § 66-26-104. Rights as between transferee of decedent and purchaser from heir or devisee.
- § 66-26-105. Priority of registered instruments.
- § 66-26-106. Presumption as to validity of registration after twenty years.
- § 66-26-107. Presumption as to subscription by grantor after thirty years.
- § 66-26-108. Presumption as to deeds by attorneys after twenty years' registration.
- § 66-26-109. Presumption as to powers of attorney after twenty years.
- § 66-26-110. Registered instruments as evidence -- Presumptions and burden of proof regarding signatures on instruments.
- § 66-26-111. Proof of instruments registered before 1839.
- § 66-26-112. Erroneous recital as to county where land located.
- § 66-26-113. Omission of words from certificate.
- § 66-26-114. Correction of omission.
- § 66-26-115. Registration of correction.
- § 66-26-116. Instruments granting, transferring, pledging or assigning lessors' interests in real property.
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