warranty deed


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warranty deed

A written instrument conveying real property, in which the grantor makes legally binding representations concerning the quality of his title and its freedom from encumbrances.
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Despite these apparent inconsistencies, and after the town of Dudley declined to exercise its right of first refusal for the land that accompanied its preferential agricultural tax status, Wayne Morse signed the purchase and sale, the warranty deed and farm lease agreement because he relied on Mr.
recorded on warranty deed forms with handwritten voiding provisions.
1979) (grantee could not recover under covenant of seizin in warranty deed because statute of limitations had run, and could not recover under covenant of warranty because grantee had not been ousted by holder of paramount title).
20) However, the law currently holds an unsuspecting buyer potentially liable even if a general warranty deed was obtained and exhaustive investigative measures were taken.
They are awkwardly stated through the combination of Skinner's and Mulligan's warranty deeds and the commissioners' journal notes of Dec.
However, the transfer of the home was challenged two months later with the filing of a curious document dubbed an "affidavit of acknowledgment for the acceptance of the warranty deed.
The deal was closed and statutory warranty deed conveyed on Nov.
17 million, according to a warranty deed recorded Monday by the Palm Beach County Clerk's office.
The client sold that property to a third party and executed a title warranty deed and an affidavit of ownership.
In the event of a quit claim deed, a lapse of time or lawsuit may be necessary to assure quiet title for resale with a warranty deed.
The warranty deed agreement indicated the land was free of any encumbrance.
Rather, the contract provided that the property would be conveyed by warranty deed, "subject to all covenants, conditions, restrictions and easements of record; subject also to zoning and environmental protection laws; any existing tenancies;.