We can prepare, print, record, and provide notarization of a number of forms including the Deeds Of Transport, Deeds of Transfer, and Deeds of Trust as well as Deeds of Conveyance.
In Florida, the following are some of the most common types of deeds used for property transfers:
Warranty Deed: This type of deed guarantees that the seller (grantor) has clear title to the property and has the right to sell it. It also promises to defend the buyer (grantee) against any claims made by others regarding the property's ownership.
Quitclaim Deed: A quitclaim deed transfers whatever interest the grantor has in the property to the grantee without making any warranties. It does not guarantee that the grantor has clear title or ownership rights.
Grant Deed: This deed is similar to a warranty deed but contains fewer guarantees. It assures the grantee that the property has not been sold to anyone else and that the property is free from undisclosed encumbrances.
Special Warranty Deed: This deed provides limited warranties to the grantee, usually only for the time the grantor owned the property. It protects the grantee against any claims arising during the grantor's ownership but not against claims before that time.
Life Estate Deed: Used in cases where a property is held in a modified form of trust, this deed transfers property upon death to another party.
It's essential to consult a qualified professional when dealing with property transfers to ensure that the correct type of deed is used and that the transfer adheres to local laws and regulations. Also, keep in mind that the specific names and requirements of deeds may vary from one jurisdiction to another.
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We can prepare transfer deeds, and enhanced life estate deeds and furnish a mobile notary to assist in execution.