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Call the mortgage lender, title company and the local property records office and inform them that you need to change the warranty deed on your property. Changing a warranty deed usually means the the property's mortgage note and title will have to be revised, and there may be fees charged for these services.
A warranty deed can be revoked. In most situations, the person signing the deed needs the cooperation of the person who received the deed to revoke it. If the deed was prepared for a property transfer as part of a typical sale, though, you probably will have to take legal action to revoke the deed.
A warranty deed is one type of proof of ownership. it shows the name of the owner and gives a brief description of the property. The previous owner or party granting you ownership signs the warranty deed, showing your rights to the property. A quitclaim deed is the other main type of property deed.
Generally speaking, no. Once a quit claim deed has been completed and filed with the County Clerk's Office, the title will officially pass from the grantor to the grantee. The only way to reverse a quit claim deed is to go to court and prove that the grantor was forced to sign the document under duress.
The law will assume that an Agent acting under a valid Durable Power of Attorney, had the authority to transfer the property. A Warranty Deed has no expiration date, it is transferred permanently as of the date of the transfer.
While a Warranty Deed guarantees that there are no other existing claims on the property, a Quitclaim Deed does not. Both deeds transfer interest in a property from a grantor (property owner) to a grantee or buyer. In a Warranty Deed, the grantee is the person who the interest in a property is being transferred to.
The quitclaim deed only transfers the type of title you own. Deed transfers of any kind (warranty or quitclaim) impact only the ownership (title) and do not change or affect any mortgage on the property. The mortgage is a separate document.
Whoever has their name on the deed is the rightful owner of the home, so it's one of the most important documents in buying or selling a home. The seller typically prepares the real estate deed, usually with the help of a title company or an attorney to ensure the property transfers successfully.
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