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Recitals in judgments affecting title to real property as evidence
Real Property Actions & Proceedings (RPA) CHAPTER 81, ARTICLE 3
§ 342. Recitals in judgments affecting title to real property as
evidence. In any action or special proceeding in any of the courts of
this state, a judgment, decree or order of any court of record, or made
by a judge of any court of record in this state, in any action affecting
the title of real property, which contains recitals that any acts were
done or proceedings had which were necessary to give to such court or
judge jurisdiction or power to grant such judgment, decree or order,
shall be presumptive evidence that such acts were duly performed or
proceedings duly had, if such judgment, decree or order shall have been
duly entered or filed in the office of the clerk of the county in which
the action or special proceeding was pending wherein such judgment,
decree or order was granted.