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FLORIDA SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED INDIVIDUAL GRANTOR S Prepared By Return To Property Appraiser s Parcel I. D. Number This Warranty Deed made this day of between hereinafter called the Grantor whose mailing address is by and and WITNESSETH that the Grantor for and in consideration of the sum of and other valuable consideration the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hereby grants bargains and sells unto the Grantee and Grantee s successors heirs and assigns forever all that certain parcel of...
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A warranty deed or a general warranty deed is the broadest form of conveyance it guarantees the grantor has good title prior to conveyance or transfer of the property and the warranty or guarantee continues after that conveyance so when conveying via general warranty deed the seller usually warrants or guarantees that the grantor has good title to the to and right to convey the property the property is free from all encumbrances other than those specifically identified in the deed that the purchaser will have peaceful and quiet possession of the property and that the grantor will defend purchasers title to the property against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever a special or limited warranty deed provides less extensive warranties or guarantees from the grantor under that kind of deed the grantor warrants only the properties free and clear of encumbrance ins created by that grantor other than those specifically listed in the deed and that the grantor will defend purchasers title to the property against claims of persons appearing in grant towards direct chain of title only finally a quick claim deed contains no warranties or guarantees of any any kind it only conveys whatever interests the grantor holds if any so if the grantor doesn't hold an interest in the property the quitclaim deed wouldn't transfer title to any property to the purchaser and for that reason a real estate should attorney should review the deed being used to ensure that it provides the appropriate warranties and guarantees required by the purchase and sale agreement you