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11 July 2012

Recording the Execution of the Acknowledgement

A recorded deed in a county record office may have several different dates attached to it:
  • the date of execution--when it was signed.
  • the date of acknowledgement--when it was acknowledged.
  • the date of recording--when it was recorded.
There is a difference to these dates and in some cases all three may be the same, but the execution happens first, then the acknowledgement, then the recording. In some instances the recorded copy might not mention all three dates.

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