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Warranty Deeds

What is a Warranty Deed?

A general warranty deed is a type of deed where the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece or real estate and has a right to sell it to the grantee (buyer). The guarantee is not limited to the time the grantor owned the property, it extends back to the property's origin.

Colorado Warranty Deeds provide promises or guarantees from the seller that he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances on the property.

There are two different types of Warranty Deeds, general and special. A General Warranty Deed warrants title for the entire life of the property. A Special Warranty Deed only warrants title relative to the time that the current owner has owned the property.

In a situation where there are two or more Grantees specified in a Deed, the type of tenancy desired must be specified. If the parties hold title as “joint tenancy” then upon the death of the co-owner, the interest of this person would pass automatically to the surviving co-owner or owners (right of survivorship). Alternatively, if the parties hold title as “tenants in common,” then upon the death of a co-owner, the decedent’s interest passes to and through the decedent’s estate. Note that if the type of tenancy is not specified, under Colorado law, all co-owners are deemed to be tenants in common.

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Warranty Deed (to Individuals or Tenants in Common)

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Warranty deeds are used to convey title to real property and provide promises or guarantees from the seller the he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances on the property. This warranty deed is used when the transfer is to one person or to tenants in common. “Tenants in common" is a form of co-ownership by which each owner holds an undivided interest in real property as if he or she was the sole owner. If one co-tenant dies, his or her interest in the real property passes to his or her heirs (not to the other co-tenant).

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Guideline to Warranty Deed (to Individuals or Tenants in Common)

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Warranty Deeds are used to convey title to real property and provide promises or guarantees from the seller that he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances. This warranty deed is used when the transfer is to more than one person in joint tenancy. “Joint Tenancy" is ownership of real property between two or more parties named in one conveyance as joint tenants. Upon death of a joint tenant, his or her interest passes to the surviving joint tenant(s) by right of survivorship.

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This Guideline is intended to provide general information with regard to the subject matter covered.  It is not meant to provide legal opinions or offer advice, or to serve as a substitute for advice by a licensed legal professional. Bradford Publishing does not warrant that the information herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors, inaccuracies or omission. It is the responsibility of the user to consult legal, tax or other counsel.

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Warranty deeds are used to convey title to real property and provide promises or guarantees from the seller that he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances on the property. This warranty deed is used when the transfer is from a corporation to joint tenants. "Joint Tenancy" is when ownership of real estate is between two or more parties named in one conveyance as joint tenants. Upon death of a joint tenant, his or her interest passes to the surviving joint tenant(s) by right of survivorship.

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Warranty deeds are used to convey title to real property and provide promises or guarantees from the seller that he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances on the property.

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Warranty deeds are used to convey title to real property and provide promises or guarantees from the seller that he or she is the owner of the property, has a right to convey the property, and that the property is free and clear of liens and other types of encumbrances on the property. This warranty deed is used when the transfer from a corporation is to another corporation.

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