Every deed of conveyance of real property to a religious corporation used for cemetery
purposes, whether heretofore or hereafter recorded, shall be presumptive evidence
that the conveyance vested in the grantee and its successors a fee simple absolute
in the premises therein described, subject to the limitations and conditions therein
prescribed, and that all proceedings prior thereto, including the consent of the court,
if required, were regular and in accordance with all the provisions of law relating
thereto. At the expiration of twenty years from the date of record of any such conveyance,
heretofore or hereafter recorded, such presumption shall be conclusive.
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