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A New Mexico warranty deed is a real estate transfer document in which a seller (grantor) conveys property rights to a buyer (grantee) and warrants that no encumbrances or other issues cloud the property title.
In New Mexico, you have to go to the County Clerk in the County in Which the Property is Located in order to perform a title search.
Residential Property Transfer Declaration Affidavit New Mexico law requires Form RPTDA when a deed transfers residential real estate to a new owner. A completed Form RPTDA must be signed by the current owner, new owner, or authorized agent and filed with the county assessor within 30 days after the deed is recorded.
by Practical Law Real Estate. A deed transferring title and legal interest in real property from the grantor to the grantee with full covenants and warranties.
New Mexico law requires Form RPTDA when a deed transfers residential real estate to a new owner. A completed Form RPTDA must be signed by the current owner, new owner, or authorized agent and filed with the county assessor within 30 days after the deed is recorded.
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A PR appointed informally by the Probate or District Court has legal authority to sell real property and to transfer title to it via a Personal Representatives Deed from the estate to the new owner(s). It is the PRs job to have this deed prepared, signed, acknowledged before a notary public, and properly recorded.
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.
All parties just need to sign the transfer deed (TR1 form) and file it with the land registry. This needs to be accompanied by the land registrys AP1 form, and if the value of the transaction amounts to more than 40,000, then a stamp duty land tax certificate may also be required.
Joint tenants with the right of survivorship are two or more people who own an equal interest in a property. When one person dies their interest passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant(s). In contrast, tenants in common can own unequal shares in a property and have no right of survivorship.
Warranty Deed in New Mexico A warranty deed must be docHubd and filed with the city or county records office of its location and delivered to the grantee at closing. All deed transfers of New Mexico property also require a Real Property Transfer Declaration Affidavit, detailing the sales transaction.

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