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Washington General Warranty Deed Form

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Washington general warranty deed records the conveyance of real estate between two (2) parties (the grantor and grantee) with covenants warranting a perfect title and the grantor’s sole ownership thereof. A general warranty deed is the option usually chosen in real estate purchases as it provides the buyer with as much protection as possible, eliminating the possibility of an encumbered title. The discovery of title issues after the deed’s execution is considered a breach of the deed’s warranty, and the grantor will be legally obligated to resolve the encumbrance.

The completed and notarized deed will contain will contain the amount paid for the property, and the legal description thereof. The document will be indexed in the public land records after being filed in the county recorder’s office.