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Chapter 446

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  446.200.  Certificate of judges entered of record — received in evidence. — 1.  The certificate provided for by section 446.190 to be made and filed by the said judges of the circuit court and the commissioners of the county commission, or by the judges of the circuit court of the city of St.  Louis, shall be by the said clerk of the circuit court entered and spread upon the records of the circuit court of the county, the said records of which have been so lost, destroyed or injured.

  2.  Thereupon, the said clerk of the circuit court of such county shall make out from said circuit court records, and transmit to the recorder of deeds of such county a certified copy of such certificate, so made and filed by said judges or commissioners, and the recorder of deeds shall, thereupon, record such certified copy of said certificate in the land record books of his office.

  3.  And a certified copy of said judges' certificate, under the hand and official seal of the clerk of the circuit court of such county, shall be received in all of the courts of this state, and in all of the courts held within this state, and in all places and inquiries within this state wherein said matters and things may be pertinent, as prima facie evidence of the facts and recitals set out and contained in said certificate of said judges or commissioners.


(RSMo 1939 § 1950)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1786; 1919 § 5473; 1909 § 6416

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