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Wisconsin General Warranty Deed Form

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Wisconsin general warranty deed is used to transfer ownership of real property and warrant that the title is unaffected by encumbrances, except for those disclosed in the deed. Under a general warranty deed, the grantor guarantees that they possess full rights to convey the property and that other parties do not hold interest in the same. It is deemed an infringement of the deed’s warranty if third-party claims are discovered after the conveyance, and the grantor will be legally responsible for defending the title in such a case.

The deed’s warranty allows homebuyers to obtain property without the worry of dealing with encumbrances such as defective titles, mechanic’s liens, or unpaid property taxes.