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Where it is not now so provided by law, in any county divided into two (2) districts for circuit and chancery courts, the board of supervisors may, by an order entered on its minutes, to go into effect six (6) weeks thereafter, require the clerk of the chancery court to transcribe into new record books the record of all conveyances theretofore made, and record all conveyances thereafter made affecting property situated wholly or partly in the district not before having the records; and all conveyances shall thereafter be recorded only in the proper district. And the records of conveyances in such district shall be kept and have the same effect as if they were several counties.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 89. Real and Personal Property § 89-5-41. Records in multiple districts - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-89-real-and-personal-property/ms-code-sect-89-5-41/
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