When a conveyance is undertaken, in order for the conveyance to take place the deed must be valid and must be recorded before the conveyance may occur.
Is this true or false ?
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The deed must be valid, but it must also be delivered from one party to another and accepted by the party it's being delivered to.
The deed does not have to be recorded prior to conveyance.