43-28-1 Recording of instruments affecting real estate with register of deeds. 43-28-2 Instruments which may be recorded without acknowledgment or further proof. 43-28-3 Instruments recorded without acknowledgment or further proof--Use of certified copies as evidence. 43-28-4 Recording of affidavits, orders, appointments, minutes of meetings, and proceedings in bankruptcy to correct instruments affecting title to real property--Use as evidence. 43-28-4.1 Affidavits stating facts relating identity of a party recorded. 43-28-5 Presumption that execution of certificate attached to copy of instrument eligible for record was made by authorized officer. 43-28-6 Prior recording of instruments validated--Rights barred by no action. 43-28-7 Authorities without state have no jurisdiction of real property within state. 43-28-8 Instruments which must be acknowledged or proved before record--Certification. 43-28-9 Acknowledgment of instrument by married woman. 43-28-10 Recording of instrument proved and certified by handwriting. 43-28-10.1 to 43-28-10.6. Repealed. 43-28-11 Deposit of acknowledged or proved and certified instrument for record as recording--Endorsement of amount of fee. 43-28-12 Separate recording of absolute grants and mortgages. 43-28-13 Law governing execution, acknowledgment, proof, form, or record of conveyance made before 1939. 43-28-14 Validity of unrecorded instrument. 43-28-15 Constructive notice of execution of instrument affecting real property to purchasers or encumbrancers subsequent to recording. 43-28-16 Notice imparted by instruments defectively executed or acknowledged or describing unplatted property prior to December 31, 1988--Rights of purchasers or encumbrancers. 43-28-17 Priority of first recorded conveyance of real property--Conveyance defined. 43-28-18 Recording of instrument containing power affecting real property--Instrument of revocation must be recorded in the same office. 43-28-19 Recitals as to marital status, homestead status, or identity of parties in instruments affecting title to real property--Evidentiary effect. 43-28-20 Record of death of person deceased twelve years or more as evidence of death and date of death--Requirements and effect of recording. 43-28-21 Mailing address of grantee required for recording real estate conveyance. 43-28-22 Real estate conveyance by fiduciary construed as made for purposes of administration--Time limit to enforce rights to property in trust, estate, or guardianship. 43-28-23 Format standards for real estate documents recorded with the register of deeds. 43-28-24 Definitions related to identity information. 43-28-25 Document preparers prohibited from including personally identifiable information. 43-28-26 Certain documents exempt. 43-28-27 Register of deeds to post notice. 43-28-28 Noncomplying documents not rejected for recording.