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(a) An instrument executed after December 31, 1981, conveying an interest in real property may not be recorded unless:
(1) a mailing address of each grantee appears in the instrument or in a separate writing signed by the grantor or grantee and attached to the instrument; or
(2) a penalty filing fee equal to the greater of $25 or twice the statutory recording fee for the instrument is paid.
(b) The validity of a conveyance as between the parties is not affected by a failure to include an address of each grantee in the instrument or an attached writing.
(c) Payment of a filing fee and acceptance of the instrument by the county clerk for recording creates a conclusive presumption that the requirements of this section have been met.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Property Code - PROP § 11.003. Grantee's Address - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/property-code/prop-sect-11-003/
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