2010 Florida Statutes
CERTAIN CONVEYANCES MADE VALID
Conveyances executed between 1817 and 1822.
Married women’s conveyances validated.
Married women’s conveyances by attorney validated.
Conveyances by married women; defective acknowledgments validated.
Certain other conveyances validated.
Deeds executed by State Board of Education.
Certain grant of lands confirmed.
Certain instruments validated, notwithstanding lack of seals or witnesses, or defect in acknowledgment, etc.
Certified copies admissible in evidence.
Certain titles not affected.
Certain deeds of county commissioners validated.
Validation of instruments in which name of corporation is incorrectly set out.
Ratifying, validating, and confirming conveyances of real estate by county commissioners, district school boards, or boards of bond trustees or commissioners of drainage or other special improvement districts.
Validation of deeds executed by guardians appointed under Veterans’ Guardianship Law.
Validation of conveyances by board of trustees.
Conveyances by merger or conversion of business entities.
Validation of conveyances to custodian or trustee of an individual retirement account or qualified plan.