386.45 Bankruptcy documents may be recorded, used as evidence.
(a) When a petition for bankruptcy, or a decree of adjudication, or an order approving the trustee's bond is made, pursuant to the Federal Bankruptcy Act of 1898, as amended by the Bankruptcy Act of 1938, chapter 575, Statutes at Large, volume 52, page 840, section 21 g, or a petition is made pursuant to the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978, hereinafter referred to as the "Bankruptcy Code," the bankrupt, debtor, trustee, receiver, custodian, referee, or any creditor may record a certified copy of the petition, decree, order, or a certificate of a clerk of the United States Bankruptcy Court relating to any matter involving the status of or disposition of the proceedings or pleadings, property of the estate or property of the debtor or documents or orders filed in the proceeding, all pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code, in the office of the county recorder or file the instruments in the office of the registrar of titles of any county in this state.
(b) Any certificate so recorded, or a certified copy thereof, is admissible as evidence in any action involving any instrument to which it relates or involving the title to the real estate affected by the certificate and is prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein.
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