2010 Florida Statutes
United States deeds and patents may be recorded.
United States deeds and patents may be recorded.—
Deeds and patents issued by the United States Government and photographic copies made by authority of said government from its records thereof in the general land office, embracing lands within the state, shall be admitted to record in this state in the county or counties where the land lies, when presented to the clerk of the court of the county where same is to be recorded, and when said deeds, patents or photographic copies shall appear to her or him to be genuine.
s. 1, ch. 8565, 1921; CGL 5714; s. 769, ch. 97-102.