2012 Florida Statutes
RECORD OF CONVEYANCES OF REAL ESTATE
Conveyances to be recorded.
Conveyances by law between governmental agencies, recording.
Blank or master form of instruments may be recorded.
Acknowledgment and proof; validation of certain acknowledgments; legalization or authentication before foreign officials.
Affidavits and acknowledgments by members of armed forces and their spouses.
Provisions not applicable to transactions under chapter 679, Uniform Commercial Code.
Requirements of certificate.
Certain defects cured as to acknowledgments and witnesses.
Certain irregularities as to venue validated.
Use of scrawl as seal.
Prior use of scrawl as seal.
Identity of grantor.
Proof by others.
Instruments deemed to be recorded from time of filing.
Want of certificate of record.
Unsigned certificate of record.
Recording conveyances lost by fire.
When mortgage or lien is destroyed.
United States deeds and patents may be recorded.
Indorsement by clerk.
Certified copies of recorded instruments may be recorded.
Unperformed contracts of record.
Daily schedule of deeds and conveyances filed for record to be furnished property appraiser.
Short form of acknowledgment.
Requirements for recording instruments affecting real property.
Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act.
Validity of recorded electronic documents.