Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 565. Conveyances of Real Property

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  • Conveyances, Deeds, and Mortgages
  • Oil and Gas Assignments
  • Discharge of Liens, Mortgages, and Other Claims in Land
  • Recording Requirements
  • Sealing of Deeds and Other Instruments
  • Acknowledgment of Deeds or Other Instruments by Married Women
  • Unrecorded Deeds
  • Lost Deeds and Other Instruments
  • Replacing Deed Given at Judicial Sale
  • Fraudulent Conveyances
  • Recording Affidavit of Renewal of Mortgage
  • Recording Judgment Affecting Title to Realty
  • Recording Judgments and Decrees as to Lands
  • Recording Trust Interests in Real Property
  • General Index of Records
  • Failure to Keep Up Required Indexes
  • Records of Deeds and Other Conveyances
  • Transcribing Records of Deeds, Mortgages, and Other Instruments
  • Confirmation of Certain Deeds and Instruments
  • Transfer Fee Covenants:  Nonresidential Real Property
  • Transfer Fee Covenants:  Residential Real Property
  • Marketable Record Title
  • Form of Deeds, Mortgages, and Acknowledgments
  • Annual Statements to Mortgagors
  • Statement of Marital Status in Instruments Conveying or Mortgaging Real Estate
  • Seals on Instruments Affecting Real Estate
  • Uniform Recognition of Acknowledgments Act
  • Land Patents
  • Land Contracts
  • Recording Waiver of Priority of Mortgage
  • Recording Affidavits Affecting Real Property
  • Recording of Deeds, Mortgages, and Instruments of Record
  • Inspection of Records and Files
  • Confirmation of Record of Letters of Attorney or Other Instrument
  • Uniform Vendor and Purchaser Risk Act
  • Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act
  • Priority of Future Advance Mortgages
  • Seller Disclosure Act

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