(1) Deeds of conveyance of lands, the title to which is held by any county or in the
name of its board of county commissioners, may be in substantially the following form:
THIS DEED, made this ___ day of___, (year) , by __________ County, Florida, party of the first part, and _______, party of the second part,
WITNESSETH that the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the
sum of $_____ to it in hand paid by the party of the second part, receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged,
has granted, bargained and sold to the party of the second part, his or her heirs
and assigns forever, the following described land lying and being in __________ County, Florida:
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said party of the first part has caused these presents to be
executed in its name by its Board of County Commissioners acting by the Chair or Vice
Chair of said board, the day and year aforesaid.
ATTEST: Clerk (or Deputy Clerk of Circuit Court)
___ County, Florida
By its Board of County Commissioners
By Chair (or Vice Chair)
(2) No such deed of conveyance shall be required to be witnessed or acknowledged,
but shall be entitled to record when properly executed.
(3) All deeds of conveyance by any county or by its board of county commissioners
shall convey only the interest of the county and such board in the property covered
thereby, and shall not be deemed to warrant the title or to represent any state of
facts concerning the same.
(4) Any conveyance of real property executed by the board of county commissioners
of any county after May 5, 1971, and before October 1, 1975, if it would have been
valid had this act been in effect at the time such conveyance was executed, and the
recording thereof by the clerk of the circuit court are hereby validated, ratified,
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