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Property Deeds

Property deeds control ownership of many types of property. As a real estate attorney Brown & Associates is very familiar with the legalities of property deeds in Florida.

When you need legal assistance with any matter concerning a property deed in Tampa, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg we strongly urge you to contact Brown & Associates Law & Title. We offer a free, initial consultation in which you can discuss your legal matter directly with a Tampa real estate attorney.

As experts in all aspects of real estate law we have a thorough understanding of the many aspects of property deeds and other real estate transactions. Furthermore, Brown & Associates can manage title closings, Attorney Barbara Brown can issue title policies and other documents related to real estate transactions.

Property Deeds In The State of Florida

In Florida, title to any property is controlled and transferred through a deed. There are two types of Deeds in Florida:

  • Warranty Deeds
  • Quitclaim Deeds

If you feel your home is in jeopardy the best thing you can do is contact a foreclosure attorney as soon as possible. This way you can be prepared for any action by the lender and you will have the best opportunity to keep your home.

As your Tampa foreclosure defense attorney, Brown & Associates will explore your options and help you make the best decisions when the lender’s lawyer takes action. We will also represent you in any court action that might take place.

A quitclaim deed transfers title without stipulation of the validity of the title. In other words, they make no warranty that they actually own the property.

A warranty deed warranties that the granter actually owns and has title to the property. The granter can be sued if the title turns out to be invalid.

The state of Florida requires certain formalities for a deed or mortgage to be recorded. These formalities include:

  • Signing
  • Two witnesses who attest to the grantor’s signing to assure authenticity
  • Acknowledgment, which means attestation by a notary public or other public officer
  • Delivery and acceptance

In a warranty deed, the grantor attests that the property hasn’t been sold to someone else, that it isn’t encumbered by anything apart from what the seller has already disclosed, and that the property is free from any title defects.

For assistance with any property deed, it is important that you have a qualified Tampa real estate lawyer handling this important matter. Our firm is fully qualified and prepared to assist you.

Contact Brown & Associates when you need legal assistance with any property deed. We offer a free consultation to discuss your needs.

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