694.14 Validation of deeds executed by guardians appointed under Veterans’ Guardianship Law.—Any deed of conveyance, executed bona fide and for a valuable consideration authorized and approved by order of the probate court, by any limited guardian who was appointed as guardian under the Veterans’ Guardianship Law of Florida and who acted under that law and the order of the probate court in the execution of the deed of conveyance is hereby cured and shall be deemed and taken as if properly executed, notwithstanding the fact that the deed was executed to property that the mentally incompetent veteran did not directly or otherwise acquire with money received by the veteran from the United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs, and notwithstanding the fact that the conveyance is to property acquired by the mentally incompetent veteran before she or he became a veteran or was declared insane, and notwithstanding the fact that some of the information required by the Veterans’ Guardianship Law was not set out in the petition for appointment of the guardian, and notwithstanding the fact that the guardian did not publish the notice of application for an order of sale as required by s. 744.631, and notwithstanding any other defect in any part of the guardianship proceeding that resulted in the court-authorized and court-approved proceeding which resulted in the execution of such guardian’s deed.
History.—ss. 1, 2, ch. 57-341; s. 1, ch. 73-304; s. 170, ch. 73-333; s. 19, ch. 84-62; s. 761, ch. 97-102; s. 68, ch. 99-3.