Title 44, Chapter 2, Section 23
A recorded deed shall be admitted in evidence in any court without
further proof unless the maker of the deed, one of his heirs, or the
opposite party in the action files an affidavit that the deed is a
forgery to the best of his knowledge and belief. Upon the filing of
the affidavit, the genuineness of the alleged deed shall become an
issue to be determined in the action.