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2017 Florida Statutes

F.S. 695.28
695.28 Validity of recorded electronic documents.
(1) A document that is otherwise entitled to be recorded and that was or is submitted to the clerk of the court or county recorder by electronic means and accepted for recordation is deemed validly recorded and provides notice to all persons notwithstanding:
(a) That the document was received and accepted for recordation before the Department of State adopted standards implementing s. 695.27; or
(b) Any defects in, deviations from, or the inability to demonstrate strict compliance with any statute, rule, or procedure to submit or record an electronic document in effect at the time the electronic document was submitted for recording.
(2) This section does not alter the duty of the clerk or recorder to comply with s. 695.27 or rules adopted pursuant to that section.
History.s. 1, ch. 2011-173.