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Sabo v. Horvath
Alaska Supreme Court
559 P.2d 1038 (Alaska 1976)
Lowery occupied a piece of land and applied for a land patent from the U.S. government. Lowery then conveyed the land to the Horvaths in a quitclaim deed, which they recorded. Subsequently, Lowery was issued the federal land patent, but the Horvaths did not rerecord the deed. After the land patent was issued, Lowery issued another quitclaim deed to the property to the Sabos. The Sabos recorded the deed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Boochever, C.J.)
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