North Carolina General Statutes § 47-108.17 Validation of certain deeds where official capacity not designated

In all cases where an executor, executrix, administrator, administratrix, guardian or commissioner has executed a deed, deed of  trust or other instrument of conveyance permitted by law to be registered in this State and the granting clause of the instrument sets forth the official capacity of the grantor, neither the failure to redesignate the grantor's official capacity following his or her signature nor the failure to designate the official capacity of the grantor in the acknowledgment of the instrument shall invalidate the conveyance provided the instrument is otherwise properly executed. (1973, c. 1220, s. 1.)

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