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Section 35-4-1 Who may convey lands by deed or will.
Section 35-4-2 Estate taken as fee simple unless expressly limited.
Section 35-4-3 Fee tail converted into fee simple.
Section 35-4-4 Rule against perpetuities.
Section 35-4-5 Conveyance to avoid perpetuities.
Section 35-4-6 Maximum term of leasehold estate; acknowledgment or approval and recordation of leases for more than 20 years.
Section 35-4-7 Survivorship between joint tenants.
Section 35-4-8 Posthumous children included in "heirs," "issue" or "children."
Section 35-4-9 Ownership of title instruments.
Section 35-4-20 Conveyance required to be in writing; signature; attestation by witnesses.
Section 35-4-21 Seal unnecessary.
Section 35-4-22 Effect of writings importing to be under seal.
Section 35-4-23 Acknowledgment - Operates as compliance with witness requirements.
Section 35-4-24 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take in this state.
Section 35-4-25 Acknowledgment - Officers holding stock in certain corporations.
Section 35-4-26 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take outside Alabama; validity; certification.
Section 35-4-27 Acknowledgment - Proof of official seal.
Section 35-4-28 Acknowledgment - Powers of attorney, etc.
Section 35-4-29 Form of acknowledgment.
Section 35-4-30 Form of probate of conveyance.
Section 35-4-31 Livery of seisin unnecessary.
Section 35-4-32 Attornment of tenant unnecessary.
Section 35-4-33 Judgment for specific performance.
Section 35-4-34 Recitation of consideration unnecessary.
Section 35-4-50 Conveyances required to be recorded in office of probate judge.
Section 35-4-51 What instruments admitted to record; filing as notice of contents; section cumulative.
Section 35-4-51.1 Recordation of memorandum of lease; contents; effect.
Section 35-4-52 Petitions, decrees or orders of bankruptcy.
Section 35-4-53 Bonds for title, etc.
Section 35-4-54 Conveyances of personal property brought into state by tenants for life or years.
Section 35-4-55 Choses in action not "personal property" within meaning used in division.
Section 35-4-56 Patents.
Section 35-4-57 Deeds of assignment for benefit of creditors.
Section 35-4-58 Mode of recording generally; time stamp; fees.
Section 35-4-59 Conveyance operative as record from date of delivery; receipt.
Section 35-4-60 Access to books; transcripts.
Section 35-4-61 Liability of probate judge for failure to perform duties generally.
Section 35-4-62 Locations for recording conveyances in real property, deeds, mortgages, etc.
Section 35-4-63 Recording effective as notice of contents of conveyance.
Section 35-4-64 Purchasers protected in dealing with record owner as owner of indebtedness.
Section 35-4-65 When conveyance receivable in evidence.
Section 35-4-66 Recording certified copies of instruments.
Section 35-4-67 Proof of conveyances executed in name of corporation.
Section 35-4-68 Form of proof or acknowledgment of conveyances.
Section 35-4-69 Affidavits - Record as notice of facts recited; by whom made.
Section 35-4-70 Affidavits - Admissibility as evidence.
Section 35-4-71 Affidavits - Filing and recordation by probate judge.
Section 35-4-72 Improperly acknowledged or recorded instruments as evidence.
Section 35-4-73 Recitation of marital status of grantor or vendor required; probate judge not liable for good faith error; false recitation a misdemeanor.
Section 35-4-74 Necessity for including plat or description of plat book, etc.; probate judge not liable for good faith error.
Section 35-4-75 Time for delivery of deed; when recorded contract presumed abandoned.
Section 35-4-76 Limitations on duration of option to purchase land.
Section 35-4-90 Conveyances of real property generally.
Section 35-4-91 Instruments creating estates in remainder, etc.
Section 35-4-92 Transfers of standing timber, trees and cutting rights.
Section 35-4-93 Marriage settlements.
Section 35-4-94 Loans in writing, wills or conveyances creating estates in personal property on condition, etc.
Section 35-4-95 Effect of loans of personal property not in writing.
Section 35-4-96 Conveyances of personalty to minors.
Section 35-4-97 Effect of parol gifts of personal property.
Section 35-4-98 When conditional sales contract received in evidence.
Section 35-4-110 Instrument not recordable unless statement endorsed on it.
Section 35-4-111 Probate judge not liable for good faith errors.
Section 35-4-112 When division not applicable.
Section 35-4-113 Form.
Section 35-4-120 (Effective January 1, 2010) Short title.
Section 35-4-121 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 35-4-122 (Effective January 1, 2010) Validity of electronic documents.
Section 35-4-123 (Effective January 1, 2010) Recording of documents.
Section 35-4-124 (Effective January 1, 2010) Administration and standards.
Section 35-4-125 (Effective January 1, 2010) Scope and restrictions.
Section 35-4-126 (Effective January 1, 2010) Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 35-4-127 (Effective January 1, 2010) Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 35-4-130 Lis pendens record.
Section 35-4-131 Notice of actions, etc.
Section 35-4-132 Notice of levy.
Section 35-4-133 Notices to be recorded in full; indorsement on original.
Section 35-4-134 Index of notices.
Section 35-4-135 Bona fide purchasers, etc., protected upon failure to record notice.
Section 35-4-136 Record of termination of action; microfilm.
Section 35-4-137 Release of land from lien upon execution of bond.
Section 35-4-138 Fees for recording notice.
Section 35-4-139 Liability of judges and officers on bonds.
Section 35-4-150 Civil action for reformation of conveyances containing erroneous description.
Section 35-4-151 Error in any description sufficient to maintain civil action.
Section 35-4-152 Grantors, etc., may be made parties defendant.
Section 35-4-153 Fraud or mistake.
Section 35-4-170 Remainders not defeated by acts of life tenants.
Section 35-4-171 Removal of personalty.
Section 35-4-190 Duty of court to ascertain present value and make payment.
Section 35-4-191 Application; notice; guardian ad litem; hearing; costs.
Section 35-4-192 Appeals.
Section 35-4-210 Definitions.
Section 35-4-211 Vested or contingent remainders generally.
Section 35-4-212 Contingent remainder in lands equivalent to executory devise.
Section 35-4-213 Remainder limited after death without heirs or issue.
Section 35-4-230 Abolished.
Section 35-4-231 Character of estate pur autre vie.
Section 35-4-232 Conveyance of greater estate by tenant for life or years passes his estate.
Section 35-4-250 Effect of use, trust or confidence for mere benefit of third persons.
Section 35-4-251 Trusts may be created for lawful purpose; necessity for legal title to vest in trustees.
Section 35-4-252 Term of trust for accumulation.
Section 35-4-253 Application of income for accumulation to support of minor.
Section 35-4-254 Responsibility of payor for payment made to trustee.
Section 35-4-255 Trust concerning lands required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-256 Trust void as to creditors or purchasers without notice.
Section 35-4-257 Recording as notice of trust.
Section 35-4-259 Trusts for employees or self-employed persons.
Section 35-4-258 Trust estate not descendible upon death of trustee.
Section 35-4-260 Trusts consisting of insurance policies or proceeds.
Section 35-4-270 Warranties by tenant for life.
Section 35-4-271 Construction of words "grant," "bargain" or "sell"; when covenants of warranty implied.
Section 35-4-290 Reservation of power by grantor.
Section 35-4-291 Powers deemed absolute.
Section 35-4-292 Effect of grant of absolute power.
Section 35-4-293 Dispositions valid to extent of power.
Section 35-4-294 Power disposing of real estate required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-295 Requirements for disposition by devise or will.
Section 35-4-296 Execution in cases where instrument specified is insufficient.
Section 35-4-297 Disposition by, between or among several persons generally.
Section 35-4-298 Execution of power upon death of trustee with right of selection.
Section 35-4-299 Consent of third persons to execution of power.
Section 35-4-300 Disposition to or among children.
Section 35-4-301 Powers irrevocable unless otherwise indicated.
Section 35-4-302 Release of powers.
Section 35-4-303 Execution of power by surviving or acting executors; presumption that power not personal.
Section 35-4-304 Execution of power by surviving donee.
Section 35-4-305 Special and beneficial powers liable to claims of creditors.
Section 35-4-306 Article not extended to simple power of attorney.
Section 35-4-320 Personal representative authorized to make conveyance.
Section 35-4-321 Application to compel conveyance - Generally.
Section 35-4-322 Application to compel conveyance - Contents; notice generally; decree; appeals.
Section 35-4-323 Application to compel conveyance - Notice to guardians of minor heirs.
Section 35-4-340 Who may convey title.
Section 35-4-341 Meeting of trustees; execution of deed.
Section 35-4-342 Property subject to provisions of article.
Section 35-4-343 Vendor's lien, etc.
Section 35-4-344 Article not exclusive.
Section 35-4-360 Time for cutting and removal of timber.
Section 35-4-361 Right-of-way over timberlands.
Section 35-4-362 Reversion of title to uncut timber.
Section 35-4-363 When standing timber and trees, etc., deemed chattels.
Section 35-4-380 Lease of salt springs, etc.
Section 35-4-381 Sale of right to quarry limestone and clay.
Section 35-4-382 Validity of conveyances by state agencies.
Section 35-4-383 Validity of leases, etc., by state agencies.
Section 35-4-384 Sale of contingent interests by state institutions.
Section 35-4-385 Conveyance of lands owned by the state.
Section 35-4-386 Patent to decedent vests title in his successors.
Section 35-4-387 Recordation of patents.
Section 35-4-388 When purchaser entitled to receive patent.
Section 35-4-389 Patents for swamp and overflowed lands.
Section 35-4-390 Prior conveyances ratified and confirmed.
Section 35-4-391 Conveyances in cases of lost deeds or adverse possession.
Section 35-4-393 Settlement of dispute as to certain property in Mobile county conveyed to University of South Alabama Foundation by University of South Alabama.
Section 35-4-410 Authorization to alienate public recreational facilities and housing projects.
Section 35-4-411 Ordinance or resolution describing proposed conveyance.
Section 35-4-412 Referendum election.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title35 > Chapter4

Section 35-4-1 Who may convey lands by deed or will.
Section 35-4-2 Estate taken as fee simple unless expressly limited.
Section 35-4-3 Fee tail converted into fee simple.
Section 35-4-4 Rule against perpetuities.
Section 35-4-5 Conveyance to avoid perpetuities.
Section 35-4-6 Maximum term of leasehold estate; acknowledgment or approval and recordation of leases for more than 20 years.
Section 35-4-7 Survivorship between joint tenants.
Section 35-4-8 Posthumous children included in "heirs," "issue" or "children."
Section 35-4-9 Ownership of title instruments.
Section 35-4-20 Conveyance required to be in writing; signature; attestation by witnesses.
Section 35-4-21 Seal unnecessary.
Section 35-4-22 Effect of writings importing to be under seal.
Section 35-4-23 Acknowledgment - Operates as compliance with witness requirements.
Section 35-4-24 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take in this state.
Section 35-4-25 Acknowledgment - Officers holding stock in certain corporations.
Section 35-4-26 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take outside Alabama; validity; certification.
Section 35-4-27 Acknowledgment - Proof of official seal.
Section 35-4-28 Acknowledgment - Powers of attorney, etc.
Section 35-4-29 Form of acknowledgment.
Section 35-4-30 Form of probate of conveyance.
Section 35-4-31 Livery of seisin unnecessary.
Section 35-4-32 Attornment of tenant unnecessary.
Section 35-4-33 Judgment for specific performance.
Section 35-4-34 Recitation of consideration unnecessary.
Section 35-4-50 Conveyances required to be recorded in office of probate judge.
Section 35-4-51 What instruments admitted to record; filing as notice of contents; section cumulative.
Section 35-4-51.1 Recordation of memorandum of lease; contents; effect.
Section 35-4-52 Petitions, decrees or orders of bankruptcy.
Section 35-4-53 Bonds for title, etc.
Section 35-4-54 Conveyances of personal property brought into state by tenants for life or years.
Section 35-4-55 Choses in action not "personal property" within meaning used in division.
Section 35-4-56 Patents.
Section 35-4-57 Deeds of assignment for benefit of creditors.
Section 35-4-58 Mode of recording generally; time stamp; fees.
Section 35-4-59 Conveyance operative as record from date of delivery; receipt.
Section 35-4-60 Access to books; transcripts.
Section 35-4-61 Liability of probate judge for failure to perform duties generally.
Section 35-4-62 Locations for recording conveyances in real property, deeds, mortgages, etc.
Section 35-4-63 Recording effective as notice of contents of conveyance.
Section 35-4-64 Purchasers protected in dealing with record owner as owner of indebtedness.
Section 35-4-65 When conveyance receivable in evidence.
Section 35-4-66 Recording certified copies of instruments.
Section 35-4-67 Proof of conveyances executed in name of corporation.
Section 35-4-68 Form of proof or acknowledgment of conveyances.
Section 35-4-69 Affidavits - Record as notice of facts recited; by whom made.
Section 35-4-70 Affidavits - Admissibility as evidence.
Section 35-4-71 Affidavits - Filing and recordation by probate judge.
Section 35-4-72 Improperly acknowledged or recorded instruments as evidence.
Section 35-4-73 Recitation of marital status of grantor or vendor required; probate judge not liable for good faith error; false recitation a misdemeanor.
Section 35-4-74 Necessity for including plat or description of plat book, etc.; probate judge not liable for good faith error.
Section 35-4-75 Time for delivery of deed; when recorded contract presumed abandoned.
Section 35-4-76 Limitations on duration of option to purchase land.
Section 35-4-90 Conveyances of real property generally.
Section 35-4-91 Instruments creating estates in remainder, etc.
Section 35-4-92 Transfers of standing timber, trees and cutting rights.
Section 35-4-93 Marriage settlements.
Section 35-4-94 Loans in writing, wills or conveyances creating estates in personal property on condition, etc.
Section 35-4-95 Effect of loans of personal property not in writing.
Section 35-4-96 Conveyances of personalty to minors.
Section 35-4-97 Effect of parol gifts of personal property.
Section 35-4-98 When conditional sales contract received in evidence.
Section 35-4-110 Instrument not recordable unless statement endorsed on it.
Section 35-4-111 Probate judge not liable for good faith errors.
Section 35-4-112 When division not applicable.
Section 35-4-113 Form.
Section 35-4-120 (Effective January 1, 2010) Short title.
Section 35-4-121 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 35-4-122 (Effective January 1, 2010) Validity of electronic documents.
Section 35-4-123 (Effective January 1, 2010) Recording of documents.
Section 35-4-124 (Effective January 1, 2010) Administration and standards.
Section 35-4-125 (Effective January 1, 2010) Scope and restrictions.
Section 35-4-126 (Effective January 1, 2010) Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 35-4-127 (Effective January 1, 2010) Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 35-4-130 Lis pendens record.
Section 35-4-131 Notice of actions, etc.
Section 35-4-132 Notice of levy.
Section 35-4-133 Notices to be recorded in full; indorsement on original.
Section 35-4-134 Index of notices.
Section 35-4-135 Bona fide purchasers, etc., protected upon failure to record notice.
Section 35-4-136 Record of termination of action; microfilm.
Section 35-4-137 Release of land from lien upon execution of bond.
Section 35-4-138 Fees for recording notice.
Section 35-4-139 Liability of judges and officers on bonds.
Section 35-4-150 Civil action for reformation of conveyances containing erroneous description.
Section 35-4-151 Error in any description sufficient to maintain civil action.
Section 35-4-152 Grantors, etc., may be made parties defendant.
Section 35-4-153 Fraud or mistake.
Section 35-4-170 Remainders not defeated by acts of life tenants.
Section 35-4-171 Removal of personalty.
Section 35-4-190 Duty of court to ascertain present value and make payment.
Section 35-4-191 Application; notice; guardian ad litem; hearing; costs.
Section 35-4-192 Appeals.
Section 35-4-210 Definitions.
Section 35-4-211 Vested or contingent remainders generally.
Section 35-4-212 Contingent remainder in lands equivalent to executory devise.
Section 35-4-213 Remainder limited after death without heirs or issue.
Section 35-4-230 Abolished.
Section 35-4-231 Character of estate pur autre vie.
Section 35-4-232 Conveyance of greater estate by tenant for life or years passes his estate.
Section 35-4-250 Effect of use, trust or confidence for mere benefit of third persons.
Section 35-4-251 Trusts may be created for lawful purpose; necessity for legal title to vest in trustees.
Section 35-4-252 Term of trust for accumulation.
Section 35-4-253 Application of income for accumulation to support of minor.
Section 35-4-254 Responsibility of payor for payment made to trustee.
Section 35-4-255 Trust concerning lands required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-256 Trust void as to creditors or purchasers without notice.
Section 35-4-257 Recording as notice of trust.
Section 35-4-259 Trusts for employees or self-employed persons.
Section 35-4-258 Trust estate not descendible upon death of trustee.
Section 35-4-260 Trusts consisting of insurance policies or proceeds.
Section 35-4-270 Warranties by tenant for life.
Section 35-4-271 Construction of words "grant," "bargain" or "sell"; when covenants of warranty implied.
Section 35-4-290 Reservation of power by grantor.
Section 35-4-291 Powers deemed absolute.
Section 35-4-292 Effect of grant of absolute power.
Section 35-4-293 Dispositions valid to extent of power.
Section 35-4-294 Power disposing of real estate required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-295 Requirements for disposition by devise or will.
Section 35-4-296 Execution in cases where instrument specified is insufficient.
Section 35-4-297 Disposition by, between or among several persons generally.
Section 35-4-298 Execution of power upon death of trustee with right of selection.
Section 35-4-299 Consent of third persons to execution of power.
Section 35-4-300 Disposition to or among children.
Section 35-4-301 Powers irrevocable unless otherwise indicated.
Section 35-4-302 Release of powers.
Section 35-4-303 Execution of power by surviving or acting executors; presumption that power not personal.
Section 35-4-304 Execution of power by surviving donee.
Section 35-4-305 Special and beneficial powers liable to claims of creditors.
Section 35-4-306 Article not extended to simple power of attorney.
Section 35-4-320 Personal representative authorized to make conveyance.
Section 35-4-321 Application to compel conveyance - Generally.
Section 35-4-322 Application to compel conveyance - Contents; notice generally; decree; appeals.
Section 35-4-323 Application to compel conveyance - Notice to guardians of minor heirs.
Section 35-4-340 Who may convey title.
Section 35-4-341 Meeting of trustees; execution of deed.
Section 35-4-342 Property subject to provisions of article.
Section 35-4-343 Vendor's lien, etc.
Section 35-4-344 Article not exclusive.
Section 35-4-360 Time for cutting and removal of timber.
Section 35-4-361 Right-of-way over timberlands.
Section 35-4-362 Reversion of title to uncut timber.
Section 35-4-363 When standing timber and trees, etc., deemed chattels.
Section 35-4-380 Lease of salt springs, etc.
Section 35-4-381 Sale of right to quarry limestone and clay.
Section 35-4-382 Validity of conveyances by state agencies.
Section 35-4-383 Validity of leases, etc., by state agencies.
Section 35-4-384 Sale of contingent interests by state institutions.
Section 35-4-385 Conveyance of lands owned by the state.
Section 35-4-386 Patent to decedent vests title in his successors.
Section 35-4-387 Recordation of patents.
Section 35-4-388 When purchaser entitled to receive patent.
Section 35-4-389 Patents for swamp and overflowed lands.
Section 35-4-390 Prior conveyances ratified and confirmed.
Section 35-4-391 Conveyances in cases of lost deeds or adverse possession.
Section 35-4-393 Settlement of dispute as to certain property in Mobile county conveyed to University of South Alabama Foundation by University of South Alabama.
Section 35-4-410 Authorization to alienate public recreational facilities and housing projects.
Section 35-4-411 Ordinance or resolution describing proposed conveyance.
Section 35-4-412 Referendum election.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title35 > Chapter4

Section 35-4-1 Who may convey lands by deed or will.
Section 35-4-2 Estate taken as fee simple unless expressly limited.
Section 35-4-3 Fee tail converted into fee simple.
Section 35-4-4 Rule against perpetuities.
Section 35-4-5 Conveyance to avoid perpetuities.
Section 35-4-6 Maximum term of leasehold estate; acknowledgment or approval and recordation of leases for more than 20 years.
Section 35-4-7 Survivorship between joint tenants.
Section 35-4-8 Posthumous children included in "heirs," "issue" or "children."
Section 35-4-9 Ownership of title instruments.
Section 35-4-20 Conveyance required to be in writing; signature; attestation by witnesses.
Section 35-4-21 Seal unnecessary.
Section 35-4-22 Effect of writings importing to be under seal.
Section 35-4-23 Acknowledgment - Operates as compliance with witness requirements.
Section 35-4-24 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take in this state.
Section 35-4-25 Acknowledgment - Officers holding stock in certain corporations.
Section 35-4-26 Acknowledgment - Officers authorized to take outside Alabama; validity; certification.
Section 35-4-27 Acknowledgment - Proof of official seal.
Section 35-4-28 Acknowledgment - Powers of attorney, etc.
Section 35-4-29 Form of acknowledgment.
Section 35-4-30 Form of probate of conveyance.
Section 35-4-31 Livery of seisin unnecessary.
Section 35-4-32 Attornment of tenant unnecessary.
Section 35-4-33 Judgment for specific performance.
Section 35-4-34 Recitation of consideration unnecessary.
Section 35-4-50 Conveyances required to be recorded in office of probate judge.
Section 35-4-51 What instruments admitted to record; filing as notice of contents; section cumulative.
Section 35-4-51.1 Recordation of memorandum of lease; contents; effect.
Section 35-4-52 Petitions, decrees or orders of bankruptcy.
Section 35-4-53 Bonds for title, etc.
Section 35-4-54 Conveyances of personal property brought into state by tenants for life or years.
Section 35-4-55 Choses in action not "personal property" within meaning used in division.
Section 35-4-56 Patents.
Section 35-4-57 Deeds of assignment for benefit of creditors.
Section 35-4-58 Mode of recording generally; time stamp; fees.
Section 35-4-59 Conveyance operative as record from date of delivery; receipt.
Section 35-4-60 Access to books; transcripts.
Section 35-4-61 Liability of probate judge for failure to perform duties generally.
Section 35-4-62 Locations for recording conveyances in real property, deeds, mortgages, etc.
Section 35-4-63 Recording effective as notice of contents of conveyance.
Section 35-4-64 Purchasers protected in dealing with record owner as owner of indebtedness.
Section 35-4-65 When conveyance receivable in evidence.
Section 35-4-66 Recording certified copies of instruments.
Section 35-4-67 Proof of conveyances executed in name of corporation.
Section 35-4-68 Form of proof or acknowledgment of conveyances.
Section 35-4-69 Affidavits - Record as notice of facts recited; by whom made.
Section 35-4-70 Affidavits - Admissibility as evidence.
Section 35-4-71 Affidavits - Filing and recordation by probate judge.
Section 35-4-72 Improperly acknowledged or recorded instruments as evidence.
Section 35-4-73 Recitation of marital status of grantor or vendor required; probate judge not liable for good faith error; false recitation a misdemeanor.
Section 35-4-74 Necessity for including plat or description of plat book, etc.; probate judge not liable for good faith error.
Section 35-4-75 Time for delivery of deed; when recorded contract presumed abandoned.
Section 35-4-76 Limitations on duration of option to purchase land.
Section 35-4-90 Conveyances of real property generally.
Section 35-4-91 Instruments creating estates in remainder, etc.
Section 35-4-92 Transfers of standing timber, trees and cutting rights.
Section 35-4-93 Marriage settlements.
Section 35-4-94 Loans in writing, wills or conveyances creating estates in personal property on condition, etc.
Section 35-4-95 Effect of loans of personal property not in writing.
Section 35-4-96 Conveyances of personalty to minors.
Section 35-4-97 Effect of parol gifts of personal property.
Section 35-4-98 When conditional sales contract received in evidence.
Section 35-4-110 Instrument not recordable unless statement endorsed on it.
Section 35-4-111 Probate judge not liable for good faith errors.
Section 35-4-112 When division not applicable.
Section 35-4-113 Form.
Section 35-4-120 (Effective January 1, 2010) Short title.
Section 35-4-121 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 35-4-122 (Effective January 1, 2010) Validity of electronic documents.
Section 35-4-123 (Effective January 1, 2010) Recording of documents.
Section 35-4-124 (Effective January 1, 2010) Administration and standards.
Section 35-4-125 (Effective January 1, 2010) Scope and restrictions.
Section 35-4-126 (Effective January 1, 2010) Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 35-4-127 (Effective January 1, 2010) Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 35-4-130 Lis pendens record.
Section 35-4-131 Notice of actions, etc.
Section 35-4-132 Notice of levy.
Section 35-4-133 Notices to be recorded in full; indorsement on original.
Section 35-4-134 Index of notices.
Section 35-4-135 Bona fide purchasers, etc., protected upon failure to record notice.
Section 35-4-136 Record of termination of action; microfilm.
Section 35-4-137 Release of land from lien upon execution of bond.
Section 35-4-138 Fees for recording notice.
Section 35-4-139 Liability of judges and officers on bonds.
Section 35-4-150 Civil action for reformation of conveyances containing erroneous description.
Section 35-4-151 Error in any description sufficient to maintain civil action.
Section 35-4-152 Grantors, etc., may be made parties defendant.
Section 35-4-153 Fraud or mistake.
Section 35-4-170 Remainders not defeated by acts of life tenants.
Section 35-4-171 Removal of personalty.
Section 35-4-190 Duty of court to ascertain present value and make payment.
Section 35-4-191 Application; notice; guardian ad litem; hearing; costs.
Section 35-4-192 Appeals.
Section 35-4-210 Definitions.
Section 35-4-211 Vested or contingent remainders generally.
Section 35-4-212 Contingent remainder in lands equivalent to executory devise.
Section 35-4-213 Remainder limited after death without heirs or issue.
Section 35-4-230 Abolished.
Section 35-4-231 Character of estate pur autre vie.
Section 35-4-232 Conveyance of greater estate by tenant for life or years passes his estate.
Section 35-4-250 Effect of use, trust or confidence for mere benefit of third persons.
Section 35-4-251 Trusts may be created for lawful purpose; necessity for legal title to vest in trustees.
Section 35-4-252 Term of trust for accumulation.
Section 35-4-253 Application of income for accumulation to support of minor.
Section 35-4-254 Responsibility of payor for payment made to trustee.
Section 35-4-255 Trust concerning lands required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-256 Trust void as to creditors or purchasers without notice.
Section 35-4-257 Recording as notice of trust.
Section 35-4-259 Trusts for employees or self-employed persons.
Section 35-4-258 Trust estate not descendible upon death of trustee.
Section 35-4-260 Trusts consisting of insurance policies or proceeds.
Section 35-4-270 Warranties by tenant for life.
Section 35-4-271 Construction of words "grant," "bargain" or "sell"; when covenants of warranty implied.
Section 35-4-290 Reservation of power by grantor.
Section 35-4-291 Powers deemed absolute.
Section 35-4-292 Effect of grant of absolute power.
Section 35-4-293 Dispositions valid to extent of power.
Section 35-4-294 Power disposing of real estate required to be in writing.
Section 35-4-295 Requirements for disposition by devise or will.
Section 35-4-296 Execution in cases where instrument specified is insufficient.
Section 35-4-297 Disposition by, between or among several persons generally.
Section 35-4-298 Execution of power upon death of trustee with right of selection.
Section 35-4-299 Consent of third persons to execution of power.
Section 35-4-300 Disposition to or among children.
Section 35-4-301 Powers irrevocable unless otherwise indicated.
Section 35-4-302 Release of powers.
Section 35-4-303 Execution of power by surviving or acting executors; presumption that power not personal.
Section 35-4-304 Execution of power by surviving donee.
Section 35-4-305 Special and beneficial powers liable to claims of creditors.
Section 35-4-306 Article not extended to simple power of attorney.
Section 35-4-320 Personal representative authorized to make conveyance.
Section 35-4-321 Application to compel conveyance - Generally.
Section 35-4-322 Application to compel conveyance - Contents; notice generally; decree; appeals.
Section 35-4-323 Application to compel conveyance - Notice to guardians of minor heirs.
Section 35-4-340 Who may convey title.
Section 35-4-341 Meeting of trustees; execution of deed.
Section 35-4-342 Property subject to provisions of article.
Section 35-4-343 Vendor's lien, etc.
Section 35-4-344 Article not exclusive.
Section 35-4-360 Time for cutting and removal of timber.
Section 35-4-361 Right-of-way over timberlands.
Section 35-4-362 Reversion of title to uncut timber.
Section 35-4-363 When standing timber and trees, etc., deemed chattels.
Section 35-4-380 Lease of salt springs, etc.
Section 35-4-381 Sale of right to quarry limestone and clay.
Section 35-4-382 Validity of conveyances by state agencies.
Section 35-4-383 Validity of leases, etc., by state agencies.
Section 35-4-384 Sale of contingent interests by state institutions.
Section 35-4-385 Conveyance of lands owned by the state.
Section 35-4-386 Patent to decedent vests title in his successors.
Section 35-4-387 Recordation of patents.
Section 35-4-388 When purchaser entitled to receive patent.
Section 35-4-389 Patents for swamp and overflowed lands.
Section 35-4-390 Prior conveyances ratified and confirmed.
Section 35-4-391 Conveyances in cases of lost deeds or adverse possession.
Section 35-4-393 Settlement of dispute as to certain property in Mobile county conveyed to University of South Alabama Foundation by University of South Alabama.
Section 35-4-410 Authorization to alienate public recreational facilities and housing projects.
Section 35-4-411 Ordinance or resolution describing proposed conveyance.
Section 35-4-412 Referendum election.

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