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Section 1715.411 | Validity and effect of deeds and mortgages.


When the trustees or other officers mentioned in sections 1715.37 to 1715.41, inclusive, of the Revised Code, have sold and conveyed by deed in fee simple or mortgaged any real estate therein mentioned, without proceeding as required by those sections, and the deed of conveyance or mortgage has been of record for five years without legal action to set aside said deed or mortgage, such sale and conveyance or mortgage shall have the same validity and effect as if it had been made by proceedings as required by those sections. This section is effective as to both past and future transactions.

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