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What is a Grand Deed?

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2006-08-23 20:52:31
2006-08-23 20:52:31

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.

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A Grand Deed, or Grant Deed, is a legal document that transfers ownership of real estate. The document establishes ownership of the grantor, must be signed by the parties to the transfer, must be notarized, and must be filed with the public office that records deeds.



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