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How do I look up a deed?

Start with the tax assessor. All the information that most people will need or want to know about a deed will be on record with the county tax assessor, such as the current owner, sale dates, price history, and current valuation. Find the records section. Examine the record.

How do you invalidate a deed?

The exercise of UNDUE INFLUENCE also ordinarily serves to invalidate a deed. The test of whether such influence has been exerted turns upon the issue of whether the grantor executed the deed voluntarily. Undue influence is wrongful and serves to confuse the judgment and to control the will of the grantor.

How do you void a deed?

Locate your copy of the original quitclaim deed. Draft a new quitclaim deed, this time naming yourself as the grantor and the original grantor as the grantee.

Is a forged deed void?

The law treats a forged deed as if the deed never existed. Unlike fraudulent documents that are not forgedwhich are voidable at the option of a defrauded party, and therefore valid if the defrauded parties do not choose that optiona forged deed is void from the start, and cannot ever be revived, the Court ruled.

Do deeds have to be recorded to be valid?

Although generally a deed does not have to be recorded to be a valid conveyance, there are practical reasons for recording a deed. Deeds usually do not take effect as to creditors and subsequent purchasers without notice until the instrument is recorded. The deed also must be accepted by the grantee.

What is the purpose of a grant deed?

Like a quitclaim or warranty deed, the main purpose of the grant deed is to transfer property title from one person to another, such as from a seller to a buyer. A grant deed is written evidence that you actually own your property. Additionally, the grant deed provides title guarantees to the new owner.

Can a life estate deed be challenged?

How Are Estate Disputes Resolved? Life estate deed disputes can be difficult to resolve, especially in cases where the property owner is already deceased. In such cases, the property owner cannot be spoken to directly, and so remedies for a dispute may require a re-analysis of various documents that they left behind.

Can a life estate deed be changed?

Changing a Life Estate Deed They are difficult to change, and require the consent of every one of the beneficiaries. In the event the property owner decides that he or she wants to move to live near faraway grandchildren, for example, he or she must obtain the legal permission of every remainder beneficiary.

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