SEC. 55-5-11. Execution of conveyances and deeds.
The board of supervisors and the State of Mississippi, acting by and through its governor, is fully authorized and vested with power to execute any lawful conveyance or conveyances, deed or deeds which said board of supervisors or such governor may deem proper and necessary for the execution of any contract or contracts under authority of sections 55-5-1 to 55-5-17. Any deed or deeds or conveyance or conveyances, when executed by the board of supervisors shall be executed in the name of the county, and when executed by the governor shall be executed in the name of the State of Mississippi. Such deed when executed by the board of supervisors shall be attested by the chancery clerk, and when executed by the governor shall be attested by the secretary of state. Such deeds or instruments shall be sealed with the respective seals of the respective authorities and no other warrant or authority shall be required for the conveyance of such right, title or interest or for the registration of any of such instruments.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 5968; Laws, 1935, ch. 52.