• Generally - no. If it was a valid deed, without any extraordinary circumstances (fraud, deceipt, gross misrepresentation), the transfer of property right occurs on delivery (meaning on the date when the deed was handed over to the grantee, not when it was recorded), especially that it is already a public record and third parties (like banks) may have acted in reliance on that deed (i.e., if grantee would go to get a mortgage/home equity loan, a bank would properly rely on public record and would have attached the lien paperwork to the deed).

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