Section 35-4-21

Seal unnecessary.

A seal is not necessary to convey the legal title to land to enable the grantee to bring a civil action. Any instrument in writing, signed by the grantor or his agent having a written authority, is effectual to transfer the legal title to the grantee, if such was the intention of the grantor, to be collected from the entire instrument.

(Code 1852, §2198; Code 1867, §2599; Code 1876, §2948; Code 1886, §2694; Code 1896, §983; Code 1907, §3356; Code 1923, §6839; Code 1940, T. 47, §23.)