Florida special warranty deed forms are used to transfer property in Florida with a limited warranty. With this kind of deed, the seller guarantees the title for only the period he owned the property. He doesn’t assure the buyer of the title from before the property was his. Nevertheless, before finalizing the deal, the buyer is advised to conduct a title search to ascertain the property he is purchasing.
All deeds must be filed with the Clerk of Circuit Court. Check the Documentary Stamp Tax to find out how much it will cost to record the document.
Identify the person preparing the deed and include their address. If it’s a business that’s offering deed preparation as a service, include the business address and the name of the individual that’s preparing the deed.
Fill in the name of the person the recorder is returning the deed to. This is usually the grantee
Enter the parcel ID number. You can get this from the county recorder’s office.
Fill in the transfer date.
Detail the name and address of the grantor and grantee.
Fill in how much the property is being sold for.
In the next available space, fill in the property’s county and its legal description.
Next, the grantor and grantee should sign the deed before a notary public and two witnesses.
Lastly, the grantor should take the original deed to the county recorder’s office to be recorded. After recording, it’ll be mailed to the address indivated at the top of the deed.
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