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Under the theory of "nunc pro tunc", is it legal to create a deed to replace one that was lost seven years earlier and never recorded and in fact may have never even existed, and to sign and notarize it today but to date the document and notarize it with the original seven year old date? In essence, can you sign today and back date your signature seven years ago at the direction of the Notary, who is an Attorney as well? Or must you indicate that the signature and notary is "nunc pro tunc" , effective THAT date but signed on THIS date?