General Warranty: The Grantor warrants the title to be free and clear from all defects and encumbrances from third parties except as stated in the deed. The Grantor is responsible for soundness and validity of entire chain of title and can be held responsible by the grantee if the title is found to be defective.
Special Warranty: The Grantor warrants the title to be free and clear from all defects and encumbrances from third parties only during defects or claims asserted by the grantor and any persons whose right to assert a claim against the title arose during the period in which the grantor held title to the property. In essence, the grantor is warranting that he or she has done nothing during the course of ownership that would create defects on title but no guarantees are provided as to title prior to his or her ownership.
Quitclaim Warranty: No warranty is provided by the grantor as to the soundness of the title.
If the property is being transferred for a nominal amount, then use $10.00 as the consideration.
Prior Grant Information
Where should the deed be sent to after recording?
(In some counties, the county recorder's office requires the Grantee to sign.)