2729.05 Deed is prima-facie evidence of record of sale by order of court.

When real estate has been sold by a sheriff, executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver, trustee, master commissioner, special master, or other person appointed or authorized by the court, and the record of the action in which such sale was made, or the papers or accounts filed by an executor, or his successor, of a will authorizing a sale of real estate, is lost or destroyed by fire, riot, or civil commotion, the deed for such property made by such sheriff, executor, administrator, guardian, assignee, receiver, trustee, master commissioner, special master, or other person appointed or authorized by the court is prima-facie evidence of the legality and regularity of such sale, and of the correctness of the proceedings in the action or proceeding by which the property was sold.

Effective Date: 10-01-1953