Real Estate Glossary

grant deed

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Richard Wilson
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In comparison to a quitclaim deed, a grant deed is a commonly used type of deed that holds an insinuated promise wherein the person transferring the property is the actual owner of the title. It is not hindered in any way, unless it is detailed in the deed.

In comparison to a quitclaim deed, a grant deed is a commonly used type of deed that holds an insinuated promise wherein the person transferring the property is the actual owner of the title. It is not hindered in any way, unless it is detailed in the deed.

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