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If you need legal documents that you do not see here on our website, let us know.  Texas Property Deeds prepares all document needed for any real estate transaction in Texas.

We offer affordable, flat rate fees on all of our ready-to-be-signed legal documents. The most common documents are listed below.

Each document is prepared for you by a Texas licensed attorney.  Most are emailed to you in an hour or two, depending on the document. 

Speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850 if you have any questions or if you are not sure which document you need.  There is no fee for your call.

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Legal documents for real estate

Two of the most common legal documents for real estate are a Limited Liability Company or Corporation and a Trust.  

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This document is used to appoint someone to act for the property owner when the property owner is unable to sign documents in person. If it is not a “Durable Power of Attorney” it is not valid if the owner becomes mentally incapacitated.

This document signed by the property owner to create a voluntary lien on property secure a promise to pay money or to perform some other legal action. This document does not transfer ownership of land. It grants a lien on the land.

This document is a written promissory to pay money. It may be an unsecured Promissory Note, which means there is no collateral to secure the promise, or it may be secured by real estate, which requires a Deed of Trust to grant a lien to secure the promise.

This document is used to transfer ownership of personal property, which is any property other than land or improvements on land. Most Bills of Sale are not filed in the property records and do not need to be notarized. It does not transfer land.

This document is used to transfer ownership in the oil, gas and/or mineral rights in, on or under real estate. It only transfers the mineral rights. It does not transfer the land.

This document is used to transfer a lien on real estate from one person to another. It does not transfer the land.

This document is used to release or remove a lien on real estate. It does not transfer the land. It is used to clear a title from a lien.

This document is used to guarantee the payment of someone else’s promise to pay money.

This document is used to divide ownership of property between two or more owners.

This document is used to transfer a property from one co-owner to another when there is financing used to buy-out the owner.

This document is used to cancel or release a contract if the parties decide not to buy or sale the property.

This document is used to put a lien on personal property, which is any property that is not land or improvements on land.

This document is used to set out the terms when someone rents property that will be the home of the renter. It states the monthly rental amount and the number of months or years the person will live in the property. It will also contain all the “Dos and Don’ts” for the property.

This document is used for property that will be used by a tenant. It states the monthly rental amount and the number of months or years the business will occupy the property. It will also contain all the “Dos and Don’ts” for the property.

This document is used to Buyer or Sell real estate. It sets for all the agreed terms of the sale, including purchase price, closing date, and occupancy date.

This document is used to modify or change the terms or provisions of any written agreement.

This document is used to modify or change the terms or provisions of a loan agreement, which is the Promissory Note and Deed of Trust. It is usually used to change the interest rate for a loan, the payment amount, or the date of the last payment.

This document is used to publicly state in the property records the “Homestead” of the person signing the affidavit. If you own more than one house in Texas, you may need to declare which property is your “Homestead” for tax purposes or other reasons. Your Homestead is the house you live in. One can only have one Homestead in Texas. Your property taxes are lower on your declared Homestead.

This document used to legally identify the owners of a business in Texas that is not a corporation or limited liability company. You are required by law file this document in any county in Texas in which you do business under an Assumed Name, which is any name that is not the name on your driver’s license.

This document is used when a corporation or limited liability company wants to buy or sell real estate or get a loan. It states in writing the name of the person that is authorized to sign documents for the corporation or limited liability company.

This document is used to give someone permission to enter upon your property to get to their property.

This document is used to identify the boundary line between two adjoining properties.

This document is used when two or more owners of property share a parking lot.

This document is used to give someone permission to enter or leave their property by crossing over your property.

This document is a sworn statement of a person setting forth important legal information.

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Do you have questions about which Legal Document you need? Call and speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850. Or email him at scott@texaspropertydeeds.com.

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