Florida Deed Forms – Quit Claim – Warranty

A Florida Deed is a legal document that, upon receipt of payment by the Grantee, will transfer ownership of real property from a Grantor (seller) to a Grantee (buyer). There are various types of deeds. Some offer no warranty, some offer a very limited type of warranty and others will ensure that the title is good, there are no encumbrances, that the Grantor is promising that they do in fact own and have all legal rights to the property. Therefore should the Grantee experience any breach in the warranty contract, they would have the right to bring legal action against the purchaser.

This document shall require signatures be provided before a notary public.

Florida Quit Claim Deed Form

The Florida quit claim deed is a legal document that is used primarily, for a Grantor (seller) and a Grantee (buyer) shall use in the transfer of ownership with regard to a parcel of real estate. This deed will not offer any guarantees or promises or any of the usual guarantees that are generally part of a title, […]

Florida Special Warranty Deed Form

The Florida special warranty deed is a legal document in which the Grantor (seller) shall offer warranty or guarantee, only for the title, against legal issues and/or defects that may have arisen during the period of the Grantor’s ownership. With this deed the Grantor shall provide no warranty to the Grantee (buyer) involving the existence of any defects […]

Florida General Warranty Deed Form

The Florida general warranty deed is a legal document that may be better known as a “statutory warranty deed.” Use of this document, by the Grantor (seller) will offer the Grantee (buyer) title to the property being conveyed against any and all claims. This document is most commonly used in most residential real estate transactions in the state […]