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New Hampshire Deed Forms

Updated on October 26th, 2022

New Hampshire deed is a legal instrument that conveys a property title from a grantor (owner) to a grantee (buyer or other recipient). The transfer of title demonstrates an official change in real estate ownership, a process which is validated upon the recording of a deed. Unlike other states, a New Hampshire deed needn’t specify the purchase price, but must include the names of the grantor and grantee, the grantee’s mailing address, a description of the land or interest being conveyed, and the grantor’s notarized signature.

Deeds may also include warranties that offer varying degrees of title protection to the grantee depending on the type of deed. A “general warranty deed” fully guarantees the title, while a “release deed” transfers ownership with no title assurances.


Types (4)

Deed of Trust – Conveys a grantor’s property title to a trustee to hold as security for a loan. The property title is returned to the grantor when the lender is repaid.

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General Warranty Deed – A deed whereby the grantor warrants that the property title is unencumbered and promises to defend the title against lawful claims.

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Quit Claim Deed – A New Hampshire quit claim deed operates like a special warranty deed: it releases the grantor’s interest in property with a warranty covering title defects caused by the grantor, but not defects originating from prior owners.

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Release Deed – Conveys the grantor’s interest in property with no assurances of title, therefore leaving the grantee liable for any encumbrances attached to the property.

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