A Florida special warranty deed conveys title between two (2) parties with covenants of title. This means that the seller (the “grantor”) has the right to sell the property and is doing so with the promise that they have not encumbered the property during their ownership. This deed differs from the general warranty deed in that the promises made by the grantor do not extend beyond their tenure. The seller will not be held accountable should any title defects from prior owners be revealed to the buyer (the “grantee”) in the future.
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