Michigan General Warranty Deed Form

Last updated August 10th, 2022

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A Michigan general warranty deed is used to transfer property ownership with a full guarantee that there are no encumbrances on the property title. In addition to warranting that there are no existing claims to the property by third parties, the person relinquishing ownership (the grantor) assures that they have the right to transfer the title. Regardless of these guarantees, it will be prudent for the recipient (the grantee) to verify the title with the county register before signing to ensure there will be no complications during the transfer.

The completed document will include the purchase price that was paid to the grantor, a description of the property, the contact information for the grantor and grantee, the grantor’s signature, and a notary acknowledgment.