What is a Pocket deed?

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Answered: When the grantor grants two seperate deeds to the same property, which

NO Expert here but it would seem that once 1st deed was filed, 2nd would be invalid. Years of title work, that would've been my call...unless a court ruling causes 2nd deed to be valid. DOCUMENTS ARE ALL DATE AND TIME STAMPED.

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A pocket knife can achieve much more than cutting and slicing issues. At this time, different kinds of pocket kitchen knives can be bought in this market - the jack blade, pencil blade, and then the multiple-functionality blade are merely 3 of the most extremely usual and frequently used diversity ...

Answered: How do I get my original title and deed to the house. I never received

Title/deed same thing. Unless you want the title work...Then contact what ever title company closed your purchase. They may have your deed. If not, check with your county recorders office.

Answered: How do I change a deed from deceased mom to dad, executor of the

Many times due to where it is in the process right now it is best to hire a lawyer and possibly they would do it by the job and not the hour and you can haggle a price with some lawyers and they can lead you in the right direction as this kind of stuff can get tricky especially if there is any real ...

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The easiest way is for him to complete a quit claim deed to you.

Answered: Recorderofdeeds I need to obtain a copy of my townhouse deed.

Go to the clerks office at the town/city/county hall and ask how to go about obtaining a copy of your townhouse deed from the Real Estate files. They will be able to direct you or get you what it is you need. That is so long as it was recorded when you made the purchase. Which you would normally ...
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What does the phrase mean in a deed conveying a life estate "solely and

Here is an example: If your father conveyed a house to you on a life estate, you cannot sell that house, and when you Die, the house revert to grandtor which in this case was Your father's estate. leving your children with nothing And no rights to reclaim the property.

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Deeds

Deeds are recorded at your county court house. To look at those you will need name(s) of plot owner. The Tax Map office has maps of plots if you don't have names and only have address/location. If the land was surveyed the surveyor/engineering firm/landscape architect will have drawn plot ...

Is a notary public needed on a cash deed

In general, I believe any property deed needs to be notarized, regardless of the manner of payment.