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What is a deed?

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A deed is a written instrument used to convey or transfer an interest in real estate.

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Yes. A warranty deed is a deed of conveyance.Yes. A warranty deed is a deed of conveyance.Yes. A warranty deed is a deed of conveyance.Yes. A warranty deed is a deed of conveyance.

There is no such document as a disinheritance deed. A deed cannot be revoked. When the owner of property executes a deed and the deed is recorded, the property has a new owner.

Not necessarily. You need to examine the deed to see if there was any consideration mentioned. A quitclaim deed can be used as a gift deed but every quitclaim deed is not a gift deed.Not necessarily. You need to examine the deed to see if there was any consideration mentioned. A quitclaim deed can be used as a gift deed but every quitclaim deed is not a gift deed.Not necessarily. You need to examine the deed to see if there was any consideration mentioned. A quitclaim deed can be used as a gift deed but every quitclaim deed is not a gift deed.Not necessarily. You need to examine the deed to see if there was any consideration mentioned. A quitclaim deed can be used as a gift deed but every quitclaim deed is not a gift deed.

Yes. They should both be listed as grantees on the deed and the deed should be a survivorship deed. You should consult with an attorney who can draft a proper deed for your jurisdiction.Yes. They should both be listed as grantees on the deed and the deed should be a survivorship deed. You should consult with an attorney who can draft a proper deed for your jurisdiction.Yes. They should both be listed as grantees on the deed and the deed should be a survivorship deed. You should consult with an attorney who can draft a proper deed for your jurisdiction.Yes. They should both be listed as grantees on the deed and the deed should be a survivorship deed. You should consult with an attorney who can draft a proper deed for your jurisdiction.

The full description, as it is recited in the decedent's acquisition deed, should be included in the executor's deed. The executor's deed should include a reference to the deed book or certificate number of the decedent's acquisition deed.The full description, as it is recited in the decedent's acquisition deed, should be included in the executor's deed. The executor's deed should include a reference to the deed book or certificate number of the decedent's acquisition deed.The full description, as it is recited in the decedent's acquisition deed, should be included in the executor's deed. The executor's deed should include a reference to the deed book or certificate number of the decedent's acquisition deed.The full description, as it is recited in the decedent's acquisition deed, should be included in the executor's deed. The executor's deed should include a reference to the deed book or certificate number of the decedent's acquisition deed.

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Any deed executed by a legally competent owner by their own free will is a voluntary deed.

No. A deed signed by the owner transfers ownership. The consideration is mentioned on the deed.No. A deed signed by the owner transfers ownership. The consideration is mentioned on the deed.No. A deed signed by the owner transfers ownership. The consideration is mentioned on the deed.No. A deed signed by the owner transfers ownership. The consideration is mentioned on the deed.

No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.

No, if the info is false the deed is too.

Transfer by a valid deed.Transfer by a valid deed.Transfer by a valid deed.Transfer by a valid deed.

A deed must be signed by the parties to the deed. If one of them was dead when the deed was created, then they could not have signed the document!

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With the consent of both parties signing the deed, the deed may be rewritten (or, more practically, corrected) and re-recorded. If you are rewriting the deed, make sure that it is clear that the new deed is a re-recording and correction of the old deed--I would record the old deed at the back of the new deed, and write on the recording cover sheet that the new deed is a re-recording, and reference the old deed by recording number as well.

A cemetery deed is a legal document. It is a deed for the plot or plots you purchased.

The plural form of the word 'deed' is 'deeds'.

No a will is not a deed. However, a probated will can transfer legal ownership of real property without the need of a deed.No a will is not a deed. However, a probated will can transfer legal ownership of real property without the need of a deed.No a will is not a deed. However, a probated will can transfer legal ownership of real property without the need of a deed.No a will is not a deed. However, a probated will can transfer legal ownership of real property without the need of a deed.

No. The wife must sign the deed.No. The wife must sign the deed.No. The wife must sign the deed.No. The wife must sign the deed.

The most current deed is the only deed that is valid. It is proof of the current ownership.The most current deed is the only deed that is valid. It is proof of the current ownership.The most current deed is the only deed that is valid. It is proof of the current ownership.The most current deed is the only deed that is valid. It is proof of the current ownership.

The only way a person is "removed" from a deed is by conveying her interest to someone else by a deed.

The owner of the land can create a deed restriction.The owner of the land can create a deed restriction.The owner of the land can create a deed restriction.The owner of the land can create a deed restriction.


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