(1) effective as of the effective date of the recorded original instrument of conveyance;
(2) prima facie evidence of the facts stated in the correction instrument;
(3) presumed to be true;
(4) subject to rebuttal; and
(5) notice to a subsequent buyer of the facts stated in the correction instrument.
(b) A correction instrument replaces and is a substitute for the original instrument. Except as provided by Subsection (c), a bona fide purchaser of property that is
subject to a correction instrument may rely on the instrument against any person making
an adverse or inconsistent claim.
(c) A correction instrument is subject to the property interest of a creditor or a
subsequent purchaser for valuable consideration without notice acquired on or after
the date the original instrument was acknowledged, sworn to, or proved and filed for
record as required by law and before the correction instrument has been acknowledged,
sworn to, or proved and filed for record as required by law.
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