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Section 36-1-1

Appointment of commissioners in other states or territories to take and certify depositions, receive acknowledgment and take proof of conveyances of property, etc., within state.

The Governor may appoint commissioners in other states and territories of the United States to take and certify depositions, to receive the acknowledgment and take the proof of conveyances of property within this state and the proof of wills, executed by persons without the state, devising or bequeathing property within this state. Commissioners appointed under this section shall hold office for four years.

(Code 1852, §52; Code 1867, §65; Code 1876, §63; Code 1886, §64; Code 1896, §968; Code 1907, §98; Code 1923, §153; Code 1940, T. 41, §1.)

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Statutes > Alabama > Title36 > Chapter1 > 36-1-1

Section 36-1-1

Appointment of commissioners in other states or territories to take and certify depositions, receive acknowledgment and take proof of conveyances of property, etc., within state.

The Governor may appoint commissioners in other states and territories of the United States to take and certify depositions, to receive the acknowledgment and take the proof of conveyances of property within this state and the proof of wills, executed by persons without the state, devising or bequeathing property within this state. Commissioners appointed under this section shall hold office for four years.

(Code 1852, §52; Code 1867, §65; Code 1876, §63; Code 1886, §64; Code 1896, §968; Code 1907, §98; Code 1923, §153; Code 1940, T. 41, §1.)

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title36 > Chapter1 > 36-1-1

Section 36-1-1

Appointment of commissioners in other states or territories to take and certify depositions, receive acknowledgment and take proof of conveyances of property, etc., within state.

The Governor may appoint commissioners in other states and territories of the United States to take and certify depositions, to receive the acknowledgment and take the proof of conveyances of property within this state and the proof of wills, executed by persons without the state, devising or bequeathing property within this state. Commissioners appointed under this section shall hold office for four years.

(Code 1852, §52; Code 1867, §65; Code 1876, §63; Code 1886, §64; Code 1896, §968; Code 1907, §98; Code 1923, §153; Code 1940, T. 41, §1.)

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