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§47‑80.  Sister state probates without Governor's authentication.

In all cases where any deedconcerning lands or any power of attorney for the conveyance of the same, orany other instrument required or allowed to be registered, has been, prior tothe twenty‑ninth day of January, 1901, acknowledged by the grantortherein, or proved and the private examination of any married woman, who was aparty thereto, taken according to law, before any judge of a supreme, superioror circuit court of any other state or territory of the United States where theparties to such instrument resided, and the certificate of such judge as tosuch acknowledgment, probate or private examination, and also the certificateof the secretary of state of said state or territory instead of the Governorthereof (as required by the laws of this State then in force) that the judge,before whom the acknowledgment or probate and private examination were taken,was at the time of taking the same a judge as aforesaid, are attached to saiddeed, or other instrument, and the said deed or other instrument, having saidcertificates attached, has been exhibited before the former judge of probate,or the clerk of the superior court of the county in which the property issituated, and such acknowledgment, or probate and private examination have beenadjudged by him to be sufficient and said deed or other instrument ordered tobe registered and has been registered accordingly, such probate andregistration shall be valid. Nothing herein contained affects the rights ofthird parties who are purchasers for value, without notice, from the grantor insuch deed or other instrument. (1901, c. 39; Rev., s. 1014;C.S., s. 3361.)