505.15 CERTAIN PLATS VALIDATED.
In all cases where the record owner of real estate in this state has heretofore conveyed
the same, or any part thereof, by express reference in the instrument of such conveyance to a
plat of such real estate on file in the office of the county recorder in the county in which such
real estate is situated, and a plat so referred to in said conveyance is actually of record in such
recorder's office at the time when such conveyance is made, such record owner and all persons
claiming under such record owner, shall be forever estopped from questioning the validity of such
plat, notwithstanding that at the time of the execution and record thereof, title to the premises
covered thereby, appears of record to have been in the name of a person other than the person
who executed such plat as proprietor of the premises covered thereby, and notwithstanding any
irregularity or informality in the execution, acceptance, or record of such plat. In all such cases
such plat shall be deemed and taken to be valid, confirmed, and legalized in all respects as if
actually executed and recorded by the persons who appear of record to have been the owners of
the premises covered thereby at the time of the execution and record thereof.
History: (8245) 1905 c 129 s 1; 1976 c 181 s 2