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Filing a Deed without Warranty

Posted on: 04th Mar, 2012 10:52 am
I live in North Carolina, and own property in Texas (Dallas County), I am filing a Deed Without Warranty to have the title transferred to my living trust, is it acceptable to have it notarized in North Carolina?
Welcome drpearliej,

As the property is located in Texas, you should notarize and record the deed in the county recorder's office at Texas. The deed may not be considered as valid if you record it in North Carolina.
Posted on: 04th Mar, 2012 07:11 pm
The grantor has the benefit of choosing what warranties they will provide at the time of the sale or the warranties are negotiated by the parties at that time. The grantee on the deed is the new owner and they cannot make changes to their deed. The grantee would need to obtain warranty covenants from the grantor. If there was an error made you need to consult with an attorney as to how it can be corrected.

Posted on: 04th Mar, 2012 11:51 pm
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