2 edition of Deed descriptions I have known-- but could have done without found in the catalog.
Deed descriptions I have known-- but could have done without
Wilson, Donald A.
by Landmark Enterprises in Rancho Cordova, Calif. (10324 Newton Way, Rancho Cordova 95670)
Written in English
Plans on lining papers.
|Statement||by Donald A. Wilson.|
|LC Classifications||F34 .W64 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||83143264|
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A deed in Massachusetts must have several key components. One of these components is the legal description. Without a clear legal description, it is not possible to know what property is being sold or leased or mortgaged. For a deed to be valid, the legal description . How to Write a Property Deed. Deeds are used to transfer interest in real property. In many states, including California, the most commonly used deed is the grant deed. Other deed types include.
Warranty deeds are one type of deed used in the transfer of property. A warranty deed explicitly states that the owner has sole ownership of the property and there are no pre-existing other liens for said property. Unlike quitclaim deeds (also known as non-warranty deeds), warranty deeds offer greater legal protection to the on: East 1st North Street, Suite 6, Summerville, , SC. Some only involve two parties: a mortgagor and a mortgagee. Whether you’ll have a deed of trust depends largely on your location. Sixteen states only allow mortgages, while 26 only allow deeds of trusts, and nine allow either. Notably, a deed of trust makes it easier for lenders to foreclose when a borrower has defaulted on a home loan. Grant.
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Deed Descriptions I Have Known but Could Have Done Without by Donald A. Wilson (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Get this from a library. Deed descriptions I have known-- but could have done without. [Donald A Wilson]. The deed has to be replaced with a correction deed.
A correction deed includes the information recorded on the previously recorded (erroneous) deed. It notes the mistake, and the accurate legal description. Parties may not bring new names onto the deed, create any other new interests, or modify the substance of the deed.
A corrective deed does exactly what its title indicates: it corrects minor errors in recorded deeds. Most deeds create a new interest, but a corrective deed just fixes errors in a deed already in.
If you intended to purchase Lot 5 of a subdivision, but your deed description recites “Lot 6,” then you may have no ownership interest in Lot 5 until the problem is corrected.
If you intended to purchase Lots 5 and 6, but your deed only recites Lot 5, then you only own one of the lots you intended to purchase. Posted By J. Penry on 3/11/ at AM Your survey is an existing tract that has a metes and bounds description recorded in the deed at the courthouse.
Deed vs. Legal Description This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. The bulk of land records is made up of deeds and deed books. Deeds are pretty standard. In general a deed transferring ownership of land (warranty deed) contains: the date of the deed, names of the seller(s), buyer(s), a legal description of the property, the amount of money (or equivalent or reason) changing hands, the signature of the seller.
Recorder Information. A recorder, sometimes called the registrar of deeds or clerk of courts, is a government official responsible for maintaining public records and documents, especially records relating to real estate ownership such as real estate deeds and mortgages.
but this accessibility is not always without restriction. In addition. How to Use a Reference to Locate a Recorded Deed (1) After finding a reference (i.e., Book/Vol and Page) from the Clerk's Metes & Bounds or Subdivision index or from the Tax Lot History Information card .pdf) in Assessor's DIAL, access WebQuery and use tips below to enter the reference book.
Could have, should have, would have These past modal verbs are all used hypothetically, to talk about things that didn't really happen in the past. Could have + past participle 1: Could have + past participle means that something was possible in the past, or you had the ability to do something in the past, but that you didn't do it.
Legal descriptions may include some other approaches. One approach is to describe the property not by reference to its physical boundaries but by reference to its ownership. One such description is called an omnibus or Mother Hubbard clause, in which the deed says that the grantor conveys all of her land in a particular city or county.
Types of special purpose deeds include but are not limited to: Administrator's Deed: This may be used when a person dies intestate (without a will). A court appointed administrator will dispose Author: Jean Folger. A deed (anciently "an evidence") is any legal instrument in writing which passes, affirms or confirms an interest, right, or property and that is signed, attested, delivered, and in some jurisdictions, is commonly associated with transferring (conveyancing) title to deed has a greater presumption of validity and is less rebuttable than an instrument signed by the party.
Deeds and the Texas Recording Statutes R ecording a deed is the critical, final step in any bound book. The record must include the dates of the acknowl-edgments and instruments, the could have known at the time of closing about another’s claim Size: 53KB. Register Of Deeds: A record of real estate deeds or other land titles that is maintained by a local government official.
The register of deeds will be used in conjunction with a grantor-grantee Author: Julia Kagan. When Do You Need A Deed Description. Virtually all owned property in the United States should have an existing deed description on file.
However, there are times when the deed description needs to be rewritten for clarity. For example: If markers in the old description have moved or no longer exist; If mistakes in the description need to be.
By Joseph G. Ballstaedt A few days ago, the Idaho Supreme Court issued a decision that reaffirms an Idaho rule concerning property descriptions.
The Court held that a conveyance deed is not enforceable unless the property description in the deed describes the property so that it is possible for someone to identify exactly what property is being conveyed.
The numbers are usually book and page numbers, which show where the deed will be found in the county's filing system. There will be a small fee, probably no more than $15 a page, for recording. For step-by-step instructions on creating and filing a deed in California, see Deeds for California Real Estate, by Mary Randolph (Nolo).
Theodore Roosevelt > Quotes > Quotable Quote “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. 3) both have a description of the property and cites the volume and page of wherever the copy of the deed itself can be found Recording Acts Rule: to determine if recording will protect earlier (bona fide) purchasers against subsequent purchasers, need to know what type of recording act is in effect.
It contains no covenants or warranties of title. In a quit claim deed the grantor does not purport to have title or possess any interest in the property to be conveyed.
Thus, the "doctrine of after acquired title" does NOT apply. A quit-claim deed is often used to remove a cloud on the title.
If someone wants to know what you paid for the property, all he or she has to do is look at the transfer taxes paid listed on the deed and divide them by $ This results in the amount for Author: Matthew Wallace.It is often used when selling heir property, because a seller may not know what current or past owners may have done to impair the title.
A non-warranty deed is also known as a quitclaim deed. It unfairly gets a bad rap as “the Brooklyn Bridge deed,” from scams in the early ’s where shysters would try to sell someone an official.