Effect of record or certified transcript in evidence
The record of a conveyance duly recorded, or a transcript thereof certified by the county clerk in whose office it is recorded may be read in evidence in any court in the state, with the like effect as the original conveyance. However, the effect of such evidence may be rebutted by other competent testimony.
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