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What are deeds for?

Deeds transfer and document ownership of real estate. A deed contains the names of the old and new owners, a legal description of the property, and is signed by the person transferring the property. The different kinds of deeds, such as a quitclaim deed, a grant deed, or a warranty deed, transfer different interests. For example, a warranty deed assures the buyer that the seller will defend his title to the property from all other persons. A quitclaim deeds conveys only whatever title the seller owns, with no warranty against the claims of others. A warranty deed provides a buyer with the most legal protection.

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