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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_47 > GS_47-33

§47‑33.  Certified copies of deeds made by alien property custodian may beregistered.

Any copy of a deed made, orpurporting to be made, by the United States alien property custodian dulycertified pursuant to title twenty‑eight, section six hundred sixty‑oneof United States Code by the department of justice of the United States, withits official seal impressed thereon, when the said certified copy reveals thefact that the execution of the original was acknowledged by the alien propertycustodian before a notary public of the District of Columbia, and that theofficial seal of the alien property custodian by recital was affixed orimpressed on the original, and further reveals it to have been approved, as toform, by general counsel, and the copy also shows that the original was signedand approved by the acting chief, division of trusts, and was witnessed by twowitnesses, shall, when presented to the register of deeds of any county whereinthe land described therein purports to be situate, be recorded by the registerof deeds of such county without other or further proof of the execution and/ordelivery of the original thereof, and the same when so recorded shall beindexed and cross‑indexed by the register of deeds as are deeds made byindividuals upon the payment of the usual and lawful fees for the registrationthereof. (1937, c. 5, s. 1.)