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General warranty deed: A general warranty deed is the most common type of deed used to transfer fee simple ownership of a property. Unlike a quitclaim deed, a general warranty deed does confirm a grantors ownership and a legal right to sell.
A special warranty deed is more limited than a general warranty deed, and it only warrants that title is free and clear from other claims during the time period of the grantors ownership. It does not offer any protection for claims arising prior to the grantors ownership.
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.
A general warranty deed is used to transfer real property from one person to another. This type of deed offers the greatest protection for the buyer and has specific requirements for what must be included in the document.
Special warranty deeds go by many names in different states, including covenant deed, grant deed, and limited warranty deed. The guarantee covers only the period when the seller held title to the property with a special warranty deed.
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General warranty deed: A general warranty deed is the most common type of deed used to transfer fee simple ownership of a property. Unlike a quitclaim deed, a general warranty deed does confirm a grantors ownership and a legal right to sell.
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.
A special warranty deed is more limited than a general warranty deed, and it only warrants that title is free and clear from other claims during the time period of the grantors ownership. It does not offer any protection for claims arising prior to the grantors ownership.
Special Warranty Deed TX A Special Warranty Deed is a document that transfers title with both express and implied warranties. However, unlike in a General Warranty Deed, the Grantor only warrants the title from the time the Grantor has owned the property.
Which of the following is TRUE regarding a special warranty deed? -The grantors warranties are limited to the time the grantor owned the property.

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