special warranty deed

Definition of "special warranty deed"
  1. A legal document used during property transfer that guarantees that no legal claims or liens have been made on the property specifically through the person transferring the property, but doesn't cover other potential issues
How to use "special warranty deed" in a sentence
  1. The buyer wanted a general warranty deed, but the seller only offered a special warranty deed instead.
  2. The real estate agent recommended using a special warranty deed to limit potential liability for the seller.
  3. The lawyer suggested that a special warranty deed would be suitable for their property transaction as it guarantees freedom from the seller's actions.

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