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Nevada Deed Forms

Updated on October 26th, 2022

Nevada deed is a form that conveys a property’s title from a grantor (current owner) to a grantee (new owner), serving as proof of the legal change in ownership once recorded. Property titles are frequently conveyed with warranties that protect the grantee against liens and other encumbrances. A quit claim deed contains no title warranties, whereas a general warranty deed promises that the title is free from encumbrances dating back to the property’s original owner.

Property deeds must be recorded by the County Recorder. For a deed to be considered valid and recordable, it must identify the grantor and grantee, provide a legal property description, and contain the grantor’s notarized signature.


Types (5)

Deed of Trust – A document in which a loan recipient (grantor) transfers their property title to a trustee as collateral for a loan. Once the loan is paid in full, the trustee will return the title to the grantor.

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Deed Upon Death – Known in other states as a “transfer on death deed,” this form allows the grantor to transfer property to a beneficiary upon their death.

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Grant, Bargain, and Sale Deed – A type of special warranty deed in which the grantor promises that no title defects occurred under their ownership and that the property has not been conveyed to anyone else.

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Quit Claim Deed – Used to transfer property ownership without guaranteeing the quality of the title. The grantee (buyer) becomes liable for any existing title defects.

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Warranty Deed – Provides complete title protection to the grantee, covering title defects caused by the grantor and all previous owners.

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