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North Dakota Transfer on Death Deed

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North Dakota transfer on death deed is used by a real estate owner to transfer property to a beneficiary when they die without the need for probate administration. The deed doesn’t take effect until the owner passes away, after which the property automatically transfers to the beneficiary along with any debts or encumbrances attached to the title. If joint owners execute the deed, the property will only transfer to the beneficiary following the death of the last surviving joint owner. At any time following the deed’s execution, the owner or owners may terminate the document by recording a revocation instrument or another deed that expresses their intention to revoke.