funkyturds wrote:usuaggie wrote:neilu789 wrote:What about that schmuck who had the deed in his hand and everyone told him to just write his name on it, but he refused and the grantor died?
I had no clue but I said A. Don't remember what it was. Not because he recorded, not because he was an agent, not because of a future interest turning to FSA. The other one lol
I put this too, but I think it's wrong. A was something about after-acquired title doctrine. According to wikipedia, it has nothing to do with the question.
I think I put that the deed was recorded because I knew that the after-acquired thing didn't apply and the others sounded really wrong and thought that the deed being recorded at least raises a presumption that it was valid? right? I should know this if property is tested tomorrow...