A Warranty Deed is a type of dead used in real estate. It guarantees that the...
deed which guarantees the title from the seller to the buyer.
A document conveying ownership of a property where the grantor guarantees that his or her title is clear and free of all encumbrances.
Deed in which a grantor warrants the status of the title.
A document that transfers title to real estate from a grantor to a grantee. The distinguishing characteristic of a warranty deed is that it guarantees the grantor's right to make such a conveyance and that the grantor's title is free of all liens and debts not specifically disclosed.
guarantees an exchange of property title.
A deed that promises that the grantee will be defended against claimants by the grantee.
A document conveying ownership of a property that guarantees a clear, clean title
A deed used to convey real property which contains warranties of title and quiet possession and the grantor thus agrees to defend the premises against the lawful claims of third persons. It is used commonly in other states but not in California where it has been supplanted by the grant deed. The modern practice of securing title insurance has reduced the importance of express and implied warranty in deeds.
A deed in which the grantor promises clear title to property free from any encumbrances or claims.
You'll see this document at closing. The seller signs it, and thereby transfers title to the buyer and agrees there are no claims against the property that could cause the buyer to lose it. The deed is recorded at the local courthouse to make it public record.
A legal document that includes the guarantee that the seller is the true owner of the property and has the right to sell the property and that there are no claims against the property.
A deed that contains a covenant which assures good title with freedom from encumbrances.
a conveyance of title plus some warranties or guarantees
a deed in which the grantor (seller) warrants/guarantees that he or she holds good clear title to a piece of real estate and has a legal right to sell it to you
a deed that warrants good and clear title to the real estate transferred
a deed to real property which guarantees that the seller owns clear title which can be transferred (conveyed)
a form for the conveyance of interest in real property (real property is land and anything permanently fixed on the land, such as a house)
an instrument by which the buyer obtains title to the piece of property being sold
a particular type of deed which contains guarantee statements from the seller that the house will be transferred free of something which undesirable
a promise that the buyer s title to a parcel of
Deed that conveys title and carries warranties that the title is good, the transfer is proper, and there are no liens and encumbrances other than the ones noted.
A legal document used to convey real property, where the grantor guarantees that the title is good, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances.
A deed conveying the title of real property. The grantor conveying the real property warrants clean, clear marketable title.
A deed conveying title and containing a covenant from the grantor to the grantee that title is free and clear of encumbrances other than any state in the contract deed.
A deed which conveys the title to property whereby the seller guarantees the title to be good and unencumbered except as stated and agrees to defend and protect the purchaser against any loss that may arise in the future from any defect in the title at he time of conveyance.
Deed in which the seller of a property guarantees a clear title to the buyer.
Assures the title conveyed is good and possession will be undisturbed.
Most valuable type of deed in which the grantor makes formal assurance of title.
A deed used in many states to convey fee title to real property.
A warranty deed is a deed in which the grantor fully warrants good clear title to the property.
A method of legally conveying property, in which the buyer receives assurances and guarantees from the seller regarding the validity of the title being transferred. For more information, see the "Introduction to Deeds" article in the "Real Estate In-Depth" section.
Document that allows you to transfer title to real estate. With a warranty deed, the person guarantees that the title being transferred is clear (free of any encumbrances). If the title is defective, the person making the transfer is liable. Compare to quitclaim deed.
A deed which guarantees that the title conveyed is good and its transfer rightful.
Assures that the title is free of any legal claims including encumbrances. It includes covenants of seizin, freedom from encumbrance, express warranties of title, right to quiet enjoyment, and further assurance.
A deed that provides that the person granting the deed (the seller) agrees to defend the title from claims of others.
Deed conveying the title to a property with the guarantee of a clear marketable title.
A deed in which the seller guarantees that title is free and clear of encumbrances other than any stated in it the contract or deed. See Quitclaim Deed.  Go to: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | X | Y
A deed used to convey fee title to real property, which contains warranties to clear title. (Also see: Grant Deed).
guarantees a clear property title from the seller to the buyer.
A deed that is used to convey real property and that contains warranties of title and quiet possession; the grantor the lawful claims thus agrees to defend the premises against of third persons. It is commonly used in other states, but in California the grant deed has replaced it. Used predominantly in states that do not have title insurance companies. This deed contains six full warranties of protection to the buyer, including warranties that the seller owns the property, that it is unencumbered, and that the seller will defend title against any defects. Back to the Top
A deed in which the grantor fully warrants good clear title to the premises; also called a general warranty deed. The usual covenants of title are covenant of seisin (possession), covenant of quiet enjoyment, covenant against encumbrances, covenant of warranty forever and covenant of further assurance. A warranty deed warrants the title, not the quality of construction of the real property. A warranty deed is used in most real estate deed transfers and offers the greatest protection of any deed.
A deed that expressly includes one or more covenants of title.
A deed containing one or more title covenants. (See "Title Covenants.")
A deed under which the seller makes a guarantee or warranty that title is marketable and will defend all claims against it.
A deed which conveys title to a property which warrants the holder title to transfer.
A deed to property in Mortgage Deed states that includes a confirmation by the grantor that they have sole title to the property and will guaranty that.
A deed in which the grantor or seller warrants or guarantees that good title is being conveyed, as opposed to a quitclaim deed that contains no representation, or warranty as to the quality of title being conveyed.
A deed conveying to the grantee title to the real property free and clear of all encumbrances except those specifically set forth in the instrument.
A deed that conveys or transfers title from one party to another with covenants assuring that the title transferred is free from all encumbrances.
Conveyance of title that contains certain assurances and guarantees by the grantor that the deed conveys a good and unencumbered title.
Any conveyance of property from one person or party to another perso or property that in any way Warrants that properties's authenticity by legal description and legal history.
a deed in which the grantor provides some warranty or assurance of the validity of his or her title to the property being transferred.
is a deed of conveyance where the grantor (Seller) agrees to unconditionally protect the grantee (Buyer) from any claims against the title of the property.
a deed that includes a warranty of a property's title that is assured by the issuer, or grantor, of the deed. This is a duplication of the protection provided by title insurance.
A deed containing express covenants as to good title and right to possession.
A deed in which the grantor fully warrants a good clear title to the property; a deed that contains covenants title.
A deed which conveys not only all the grantor's interests in and title to the property to the grantee, but also warrants that if the title is defective or has a "cloud" on it (such as mortgage claims, tax liens, title claims, judgments, or mechanic's liens against it) the grantee may hold the grantor liable.
The gold standard in deeds for home buyers: It proclaims that the grantor warranties (guarantees) that the property has clear title and is being conveyed free of liens or encumbrances. Back
A deed conveying the title to a property with a warranty of a clear marketable title.
A type of deed used to convey real property in which the grantor makes formal assurance as to the quality of title to the property. Warranty deeds, both general and special, are commonly used to convey real estate.
A deed in which the grantor guarantees that there is good and clear title being conveyed
A deed that warrants that the grantor has title as claimed. It purports to convey property free and clear of all encumbrances, except those noted.
A deed that conveys to the grantee title to the property free and clear of all encumbrances, except those specifically set forth in the document.
A deed in which the seller warrants that the title to the real estate is good and merchantable.
A deed that expressly warrants that the grantor has good title to the property and in which the grantor agrees to defend the premises against the lawful claims of third persons.
A deed that contains a covenant that the grantor will protect the grantee against any claimant.
A deed used to convey real property which contains warranties of title and quiet possession, by which the grantor agrees to defend the premises against the lawful claims of third persons. Often called a general warranty deed; a deed in which the grantor warrants or guarantees the title to real property against defects existing before the grantor acquired title or arising during the grantor's ownership.
Deed that contains all assurances about the legal validity of the title being transferred.
A type of deed that conveys fee title to real property.
Deed that assures that the title to a property is free of any legal claims or encumbrances and includes covenants of seizin, express warranties of title, right to quiet enjoyment, freedom from encumbrances.
A conveyance of real property in which the grantor guarantees the title to the grantee.
A deed used to convey real property which contains warranties of titles and quite possession. In a warranty deed, the grantor agrees to defend the premises against the lawful claims of third person.
A general warranty deed is a type of deed where the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to you. The guarantee is not limited to the time the grantor owned the propertyâ€”it extends back to the property's origins. A General Warranty Deed includes six traditional forms of Covenants for Title.