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The buyer, or grantee, of a property benefits the most from obtaining a warranty deed. Through the recording of a warranty deed, the seller is providing assurances to the buyer should anything unexpected happen.
A general warranty deed is the most common type of warranty deed in the United States. It offers the highest level of protection to the buyer because it guarantees that there are absolutely no problems with the home even dating back to prior property owners.
A form deed that transfers fee title and legal interests in real property from the grantor to the grantee. In New Jersey, a general warranty deed provides that a grantor must forever warrant and defend the property to the grantee against any claims of any person.
A special warranty deed is a deed to real estate where the seller of the propertyknown as the grantorwarrants only against anything that occurred during their physical ownership. In other words, the grantor doesnt guarantee against any defects in clear title that existed before they took possession of the property.
The General Warranty Deed A general warranty deed provides the highest level of protection for the buyer because it includes docHub covenants or warranties conveyed by the grantor to the grantee.
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Estate Transactions In an estate transaction where the executor of estate has nothing attesting to the history of the property prior to the owner who has passed, a special warranty deed may be issued.
One good reason to add a spouse to the deed of your home is for estate planning purposes, which may allow the property to transfer to your spouse outside the probate process, depending on the transfer language utilized in the granting clause. Another reason is for creditor purposes.
New Jersey law is clear. When a husband and wife acquire title to real estate by deed, the presumption is that they take title as tenants by-the-entirety, unless the deed states otherwise.
New Jersey law is clear. When a husband and wife acquire title to real estate by deed, the presumption is that they take title as tenants by-the-entirety, unless the deed states otherwise.
Joint tenancy with rights of survivorship (JTWROS): Joint tenancy is the most common type of property ownership for married couples, where both parties share undivided ownership they both have equal rights to use the property with equal liability and financial responsibility for the property.

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