18-4 ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND PROOF OF INSTRUMENTS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND PROOF OF INSTRUMENTS
Officers authorized to take proof or acknowledgment within state.
Officers authorized to take proof or acknowledgment within circuit, county, or
Indian agents authorized to take acknowledgment or proof in Indian country--Recording of certificate of appointment.
Officers authorized to take proof or acknowledgment within United States.
Officers authorized to take proof or acknowledgment in foreign countries.
Acknowledgment before commissioned officer of armed forces--Place of execution
need not be shown.
Authentication of military certificate not required--Form of certificate attached.
Acknowledgments taken by military officers before 1943.
Uniformity of interpretation of military provisions.
Identity of person making acknowledgment to be known or proved to officer.
Certificate of officer taking acknowledgment to be attached.
Form of general certificate of acknowledgment.
Form of certificate of corporate acknowledgment.
Form of certificate of acknowledgment by attorney.
Form of certificate of acknowledgment by deputy sheriff.
Fees chargeable for acknowledgments--Violation as petty offense.
Means of proving instrument not acknowledged.
Proof of instrument by subscribing witness.
Circumstances permitting proof of instrument by handwriting.
Facts to be established for proof by handwriting.
Powers of officers authorized to take proof of instruments.
Contents of certificate of officer taking proof of instrument.
Authentication of certificates of acknowledgment or proof.
Clerk's certificate to accompany proof or acknowledgment taken by magistrate.
False certification of acknowledgment or proof as forgery.
Action in circuit court to prove instrument defectively certified--Judgment entitles
instrument to record.
Prior instruments governed by prior law.
Validity of conveyances acknowledged or proved under prior law.