Utah Transfer on Death Form

Utah Transfer on Death Form

Last updated August 10th, 2022

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Utah transfer on death deed is a legal instrument that allows property to pass from a deceased owner to a beneficiary without the need for a will. The deed is completed during the owner’s lifetime, granting a title transfer to the named beneficiary upon the death of the grantor. This type of transfer avoids the time-consuming probate procedures that would otherwise be required to distribute a decedent’s estate.

A transfer on death deed is revocable and does not prevent the owner from transferring the title to another party before their passing. Regardless, if the grantor no longer holds any interest in the property when they die, the deed will be ineffective. This deed type cannot warrant a title’s condition and transfers the property “as-is” with any and all issues.

Related Forms (1)

Full Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed – Used for the revocation of a transfer on death deed.

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