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GRANT DEED: ... The deed must be signed by the grantor and the grantee. The deed must be acknowledged before a notary public or other official authorized by law to administer oaths. The reason for notarizing is to provide evidence that the document is genuine as transaction documents are sometimes forged.
Real estate deeds serve many purposes. They identify the owner of a parcel of real property. They also include information that defines the boundaries and location of a unique piece of land. Deeds, when properly recorded, help to preserve the chain of title (ownership history).
Recording is the act of putting a real estate document into the official records at the County Recorders or Recorder of Deeds Office. Usually, the types of documents that are recorded affect title to real property such as a deed, mortgage, easement, judgment, lien, foreclosure, or request for notice of default.
In the United States, the recorder of deeds is often an elected county office and is called the county recorder. In some U.S. states, the functions of a recorder of deeds are a responsibility of the county clerk (or the county's clerk of court), and the official may be called a clerk-recorder or recorder-clerk.
THE PURPOSE OF RECORDING LAWS. In a few states, an unrecorded deed is invalid unless it is recorded. But in most states, an unrecorded deed is valid only between the grantor and the grantee. When a deed is unrecorded, it does not give constructive notice to the world of its contents.
Although a properly completed and notarized deed is valid between the grantor and grantee, all states require you to record a property deed. Recording allows interested parties to search public records and discern property ownership.
The deed must be signed by the grantor or grantors if the property is owned by more than one person. The deed must be legally delivered to the grantee or to someone acting on the grantee's behalf. The deed must be accepted by the grantee.
A deed signed at a real estate closing typically guarantees that the seller is transferring good and marketable property title. A new deed must name the buyer, or grantee, as the new property owner to be valid.
For a deed to be valid, the grantor must sign it. ... But if she doesn't sign the deed somehow, the deed is void. The grantee doesn't need to sign the deed for it to be valid; only the grantor needs to sign.
The signatures needed in a real estate deed can vary by state, type of deed, and circumstances. In all fifty states, a deed must be signed and acknowledged by the grantor. Additional signatures may also be required, such as a grantee's signature, witnesses, a notary public, and the document preparer.
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