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A special warranty deed is used to convey a real estate title to the buyer and grants a warranty against the seller's actions during the seller's ownership only. It has fewer protections for the buyer compared to a gener... More »

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A quit claim deed is when a person transferring property makes no guarantees regarding his interest in the property, explains LegalZoom. Unlike a warranty deed, where the seller warrants his interest in the title, a quit... More »

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A property deed is a legal document that transfers ownership of a property to another person, explains FindLaw. It contains information about the real estate, the names of the old and new owners, and the signature of the... More »

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A deed in lieu of foreclosure involves signing two documents, the deed, which contains the information to transfer ownership of the property, and an estoppel affidavit, which contains the terms of the agreement, accordin... More »

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In real estate, a 'gift deed' is a notarized document that transfers ownership of property to another person. Gift deeds are only used when there is no payment or compensation for the property that is being transferred. More »

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A gift of deed is a legally binding contract that transfers the ownership of a real estate property from one person to another, according to the Real Estate Lawyers. The donor, the person that gives the gift of deed, hir... More »

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An easement is an interest in land that grants or limits the right to use that land by someone who doesn't own or possess it, according to the legal firm Koley Jessen, and a permanent easement is one that is attached to ... More »

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