Describe the priority of deeds and other instruments in a race jurisdiction.
In a "race" jurisdiction, a deed of conveyance or other instrument is only valid as against purchasers (including lien creditors or other parties) for a valuable consideration from the time of its recordation. Under this type of statute, the first to record wins . A subsequent purchaser need not be bona fide and without notice, since he or she will prevail merely if he or she records first. Priority is determined by who wins the race to the recording office.
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