The recordation pursuant to § 55.1-600, in the county or city in which the real property
is located, of any deed, deed of trust, or other instrument granting, transferring,
or assigning the interest of the grantor, transferor, assignor, pledgor, or lessor
in leases, rents, or profits arising from the real property described in such deed,
deed of trust, or other instrument shall fully perfect the interest of the grantee,
transferee, assignee, or pledgee as to the assignor and all third parties without
the necessity of (i) furnishing notice to the assignor or lessee, (ii) obtaining possession
of the real property, (iii) impounding the rents, (iv) securing the appointment of
a receiver, or (v) taking any other affirmative action. The lessee is authorized to pay the assignor until the lessee receives written notification
that rents due or to become due have been assigned and that payment is to be made
to the assignee.
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