Recording copies of documents
Copies of any document permitted by law to be recorded that are executed by the Director of the Department of State Lands, or executed by the State Land Board before January 1, 1968, and certified by the director, are entitled to record in the office of any county recording officer. Documents affecting the title to real property that are permitted by law to be recorded shall be recorded in the county where such real property is situated; copies of all other documents permitted by law to be recorded that are executed by the Department of State Lands may be recorded in any county designated by the department. [Formerly 273.555; 1969 c.594 §6; 1999 c.803 §4]
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