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my aunt left me property in her will, and now I would like to sell the property, but I don't have a clear deed. how do i get a clear deed to the property so that I can sell the property?

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You have to go through the probate process. The executor will have the ability to issue a new deed to the new owner.


if you have a deed in your possession can you claim it if the person is deceased Not necessarily. There may be other terms and conditions. Just possession of a deed doesn't mean sole ownership.


That person must voluntarily transfer their interest to you by executing a deed.If that person was a joint owner who is now deceased you only need to record a death certificate in the land records to clear the title.That person must voluntarily transfer their interest to you by executing a deed.If that person was a joint owner who is now deceased you only need to record a death certificate in the land records to clear the title.That person must voluntarily transfer their interest to you by executing a deed.If that person was a joint owner who is now deceased you only need to record a death certificate in the land records to clear the title.That person must voluntarily transfer their interest to you by executing a deed.If that person was a joint owner who is now deceased you only need to record a death certificate in the land records to clear the title.


To remove a deceased person from the Deed, you will need to go to a title company. Bring the Death Certificate to show the part is deceased, then they will prepare a new deed to be filed with the county. (anyone else who was on the original title will need to be present for the new Deed) Make sure anyone who will be on the new title brings a valid form of identification.


Intestate means that the person died without having written a will.


They cannot. Their estate must be probated and the administrator or executor of the decedent's estate, when they have been legally empowered to do so, must execute a deed from the estate..


No . . . any Notary will do. But the Notary must actually see the person signing the deed.


The person responsible for your parent's will should handle the paperwork. Or if there is no will, the state should handle this responsibility.


I think you might have meant "Grant Deed", not "Grand". It is something that means you are given rights to own a certain property. Not sure of the EXACT definition though. * A grant deed is the common type of deed used to transfer property from the seller to the buyer (or company) or inherited property from the name of deceased to the beneficiary and so forth.


If a corrective deed is required for a deed executed by someone who is now deceased, the deed must be executed by the court appointed estate represented according to the laws in the decedent's jurisdiction. You should contact an attorney who can review the situation.If a corrective deed is required for a deed executed by someone who is now deceased, the deed must be executed by the court appointed estate represented according to the laws in the decedent's jurisdiction. You should contact an attorney who can review the situation.If a corrective deed is required for a deed executed by someone who is now deceased, the deed must be executed by the court appointed estate represented according to the laws in the decedent's jurisdiction. You should contact an attorney who can review the situation.If a corrective deed is required for a deed executed by someone who is now deceased, the deed must be executed by the court appointed estate represented according to the laws in the decedent's jurisdiction. You should contact an attorney who can review the situation.


My father is deceased my mother used quitclaim deed to sell property what about the kids do fathers interest pass to kids



Answergo to a realestate lawyer Amending a deed in most cases only requires that the involved parties file the proper forms (such as a quit claim) at the property recorder's office in the county where the property is located.AnswerIf the person is living they must convey their interest to a new owner by executing a deed.If the person is deceased the owner by survivorship can have a new deed drafted by an attorney and recorded in the land records. However, a new deed is not required in that case. A copy of the death certificate recorded in the land records will effectively perfect title in the survivor.If the person is deceased and was the owner or a tenant in common their estate must be probated. The attorney who handles the probate can draft a new deed to reflect the change in ownership.Deeds are the form used to make changes in the ownership of real property.


Answer: The mortgage runs along with the property not the person. It must be paid.



The mortgage is still a lien against the property. A quit claim deed does not affect the liabilities and liens, which are still the responsibility of the deceased, and therefore, his estate.


The owner must transfer the property to the new owner by executing a new deed that names the other person as the grantee. It can be done for a nominal sum. You should consult an attorney to make certain the deed is properly drafted and that you are aware of the consequences.The owner must transfer the property to the new owner by executing a new deed that names the other person as the grantee. It can be done for a nominal sum. You should consult an attorney to make certain the deed is properly drafted and that you are aware of the consequences.The owner must transfer the property to the new owner by executing a new deed that names the other person as the grantee. It can be done for a nominal sum. You should consult an attorney to make certain the deed is properly drafted and that you are aware of the consequences.The owner must transfer the property to the new owner by executing a new deed that names the other person as the grantee. It can be done for a nominal sum. You should consult an attorney to make certain the deed is properly drafted and that you are aware of the consequences.



The estate is responsible for maintaining the property. That would include resolving the taxes on the properties.


Yes. An attorney should draft the deed to make certain it is proper for your jurisdiction. Errors made by non-professionals can be costly to correct if they can be corrected at all.


An executrix must carry out the wishes of the deceased. If any of the eight children were excluded by the deceased from inheriting a piece of property she cannot put his or her name on the deed for it.


Ownership of real property is transferred by deed. If you already signed a quit claim deed, you already transferred your interest in the property. It no longer belongs to you.


If the beneficiaries are in agreement and there are no debts remaining, yes. The estate can quit claim to the beneficiary.


The grant deed and quick claim deed are very different. It is possible to get both for the mortgage company. You will need to visit a title company for more details on your specific situation.



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