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1227.  Every instrument, other than a will, affecting an estate in
real property, including every charge upon real property, or upon its
rents or profits, made with intent to defraud prior or subsequent
purchasers thereof, or incumbrancers thereon, is void as against
every purchaser or incumbrancer, for value, of the same property, or
the rents or profits thereof.

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