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What are the different types of deeds?

The three most common types of deeds are, General Warranty Deed, Special Warranty Deed and Quitclaim Deed. The seller in a Warranty Deed must defend the title against all other claims and compensate the buyer for any unsettled debts or damages. The seller in a Special Warranty Deed is only responsible for debts and problems accrued or caused during his ownership of the property. A quitclaim deed releases a person's interest in a property without stating the nature of the person's interest or rights, and with no warranties of that person's interest or rights in the property.
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Frequently Asked Question - What are the different types of deeds?