CONFIRMATION OF CERTAIN DEEDS AND INSTRUMENTS (EXCERPT)
Act 21 of 1861
565.601 Deed executed according to law of place of execution; validity.
That all deeds of lands situated within this state, heretofore or hereafter made without this state, and executed according to the laws of the place where made, and acknowledged to be the free act of the grantor or grantors therein named, before any person authorized to take the acknowledgment of deeds by the laws of the place where executed, or of the laws of the territory or state of Michigan, in force at the date of such acknowledgment, shall be deemed between the parties thereto, and all persons claiming under or through them, as valid and effectual to convey the legal estate of the premises therein described, as if the said deed had been in all respects legally executed.
History: 1861, Act 21, Imd. Eff. Feb. 2, 1861
CL 1871, 4250
CL 1897, 9048
CL 1915, 11781
CL 1929, 13383
CL 1948, 565.601