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Five parts of a Deed

Many people are confused by the perplexing writing they see on a deed, and often sign deeds without fully knowing what they are receiving.  A deed review examines the five basic parts of a deed:

Do I Need an Attorney to Review the Deed?

Deed language can be complicated and very intimidating.  It is a good idea to have an attorney review the deed to confirm that all of the relevant parts are there and that the deed can be enforced by a court of law.  

Real estate agents are salespeople and often do not have the expertise to perform a thorough deed review and confirm that your deed will survive a challenge in court.  An experienced real estate attorney can review the deed and check for encumbrances on the title, and possibly push for more rights and insurance from the real estate company. 

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Last Modified: 02-02-2012 02:57 PM PST

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