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 of Florida. Once completed, this document must be signed before a notary public.

How to Write

Step 1 – Document Preparation –

  • Enter the name of the person completing the form
  • Submit the name and address of the person(s) to whom the document should be returned
  • Property Appraiser’s Parcel Identification number

Step 2 – Parties –

  • Date the document in dd/m/yyyy
  • Provide the name of the Grantor (seller)
  • AND
  • The name of the Grantee (buyer)
  • Mailing address
  • Enter the amount paid to the Grantor and is in receipt
  • Name of the County in which the property is situated

Step 3 – Signatures – Sign before a notary

  • Both parties must read the statements provided
  • Enter the year of execution of the document
  • AND
  • Witnesses signatures
  • Printed names
  • AND
  • Grantor(s) signatures(s)
  • Printed name(s)

Step 4 – Notarization –

  • Once the notary has witnessed the necessary signatures, the notary will provide the remaining information to acknowledge the document.
  • The notary will affix the official seal