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§39-1-1 Power of attorney may be recorded.
§39-1-2 Conditions under which county clerk shall admit deeds, contracts, etc., to record.
§39-1-2a Other requirements for admission to record of certain instruments.
§39-1-2b Recordation of certified copies of certain instruments.
§39-1-3 Who may take acknowledgment.
§39-1-4 Form of certificate of acknowledgment.
§39-1-4a Acknowledgment of persons in the military service of the United States of America.
§39-1-5 Acknowledgment by husband and wife.
§39-1-6 Certificates as to wives living separate and apart to be prima facie evidence in certain cases.
§39-1-7 False certificate of acknowledgment.
§39-1-8 Form of certificate of acknowledgment by attorney in fact.
§39-1-9 Acknowledgment by corporations.
§39-1-10 When certificate to be under official seal.
§39-1-10a Verification by written statement under certain conditions.
§39-1-11 Recordation of writings and plats and papers annexed; index; interlineations; filing under Uniform Commercial Code.
§39-1-11a Photographic recordation.
§39-1-12 Special recordation of writing not acknowledged or proved for regular recordation.
§39-1-13 Duty to record plat or plan of lots.
§39-1-13a Consolidation order book.
§39-1-14 Notification to file plat for record.
§39-1-15 Failure to file plat after notification.
§39-1-16 Approval by city council or commissioners prerequisite to laying out subdivision.
§39-1-17 Duty to provide cornerstone monuments; acknowledgment or proof not necessary to recordation of plat.
§39-1A-1 "Notarial acts" defined; who may perform notarial acts outside the state for use in state.
§39-1A-2 Proof of authority of person performing notarial act.
§39-1A-3 What person taking acknowledgment shall certify.
§39-1A-4 When form of certificate of acknowledgment accepted.
§39-1A-5 Meaning of "acknowledged before me."
§39-1A-6 Statutory short forms of acknowledgment.
§39-1A-7 Application of article; article cumulative.
§39-1A-8 Uniform interpretation.
§39-1A-9 Short title.
§39-2-1 Preparation of general index.
§39-2-2 Contents of general indexes.
§39-2-3 Records of county courts and other courts — Binding or transcribing.
§39-2-4 Records of county courts and other courts — Binding or transcribing — Prerequisites; effect.
§39-2-5 Records of county courts and other courts — Binding or transcribing — Removal from county.
§39-2-6 Records of county commissions, correction recordation.
§39-3-1 Admission to record of certified copy when original writing lost, mislaid or destroyed.
§39-3-2 Lost records or papers recorded or filed anew.
§39-3-3 Recordation of certified copies at instance of county court when record lost or destroyed.
§39-3-4 Loss of court records; reentries.
§39-3-5 Loss of original papers in any cause or appellate court record; effect of papers supplied.
§39-3-6 When books or papers deemed lost.
§39-3-7 Procedure to prove contents of lost papers or records — Generally.
§39-3-8 Procedure to prove contents of lost papers or records — Right to rehearing.
§39-3-9 Taking testimony as to lost records — Action by county clerk.
§39-3-10 Taking testimony as to lost records — Record.
§39-3-11 Taking testimony as to lost records — Publication of notice.
§39-3-12 Taking testimony as to lost records — Subjects of inquiry.
§39-3-13 Taking testimony as to lost records — Powers of clerk; death, etc., of clerk.
§39-3-14 Taking testimony as to lost records — Fees payable to clerk and witnesses.
§39-3-15 Taking testimony as to lost records — Adjournments; completion and preservation of testimony.
§39-3-16 Taking testimony as to lost records — Admissibility of depositions or copies.
§39-4-1 Definition.
§39-4-2 Durable power of attorney not affected by disability.
§39-4-3 Relation of attorney in fact to court-appointed fiduciary.
§39-4-4 Power of attorney not revoked until notice.
§39-4-5 Proof of continuance of durable and other powers of attorney by affidavit.
§39-4-6 Uniformity of application and construction.
§39-4-7 Short title.
§16739-5-1to39-5-8 Repealed