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The covenant of seisinthe grantor warrants they own the property and has a legal right to convey it. The covenant against encumbrancesthe grantor warrants that the property is free of liens or encumbrances.
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.
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.
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.
The Texas special warranty deed form provides a limited warranty of title. With a special warranty deed, the person transferring the property guarantees that he or she has done nothing that would cause title problems, but makes no guarantees about what might have happened before he or she acquired the property.
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A property deed is a written and signed legal instrument that is used to transfer ownership of the real property from the old owner (the grantor) to the new owner (the grantee).
A Massachusetts general warranty deed is used to convey the title to real property from a seller to a buyer in Massachusetts. This deed is a sellers guarantee that the seller has the legal right and authority to sell the property and the title to the property.
A quitclaim deed contains no warrants of any kind. The grantor states that any interest they may have in the property is relinquished to the grantee. This is the best type of deed from the standpoint of the grantor.
Special warranty deedsalso known as grant deeds, covenant deeds, statutory warranty deeds, or limited warranty deedswhich limit the warranty to the period when the grantor owned the property; and. Quitclaim deedsalso known as quit claim deedswhich provide no warranty of title.
Seisin: The first covenant is the covenant of seisin, in which the grantor guarantees that he or she owns the land that is being conveyed to the grantee.

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