Ark. Code § 18-12-605

Current with legislation from 2024 effective through May 3, 2024.
Section 18-12-605 - Deeds of administrators, executors, guardians, commissioners, and sheriffs
(a)
(1) All deeds of conveyance made by an administrator, an executor, a guardian, or a commissioner, deeds of real estate sold under an execution made and executed by a sheriff, and deeds made and executed by a trustee or an attorney pursuant to a foreclosure of a deed of trust or mortgage, duly made and executed, acknowledged, and recorded, as now required by law and purporting to convey real estate, shall vest in the grantee and his or her heirs and assigns a good and valid title, both in law and in equity.
(2)
(A) The deeds shall be evidence of the facts recited in the deeds and of the legality and regularity of the sale of the real estate so conveyed.
(B) However, the deeds do not warrant title to a subsequent grantee, and any subsequent grantee may not assert or claim any warranty of title deriving from the deeds.
(b) Nothing in this section shall prohibit a deed made under subdivision (a)(1) of this section from warranting title by express use of warranty language.
(c) Every deed so made, executed, acknowledged, and recorded, or a certified copy of the deed, under the seal of the recorder of the proper county shall be received in evidence in any court in this state without further proof of its execution.

Ark. Code § 18-12-605

Acts 1853, §§ 1, 2, p. 207; C. & M. Dig., §§ 1534, 1535; Pope's Dig., §§ 1844, 1845; A.S.A. 1947, §§ 50-419, 50-420; Acts 2005, No. 1884, § 1.