Deed without warranty
A Deed Without Warranty is a transfer of property without any title warranties, expressed or implied. The seller is not bound to defend against any title defect no matter when it may have occurred.
A Deed Without Warranty is commonly used to resolve lawsuits.
Good to know: The Deed Without Warranty is considered a lower form of a deed. Nonetheless, it may be used in very limited situations to transfer property title.
Texas Deed Without Warranty
A Texas Deed Without Warranty is rarely used. Although it does convey title, it offers no warranty against any defect to the title. However, sometimes a seller might enter into a conveyance on the condition that:
Note: It is not recommend to obtain property unless you also are able to obtain title insurance.
Good to know: Be suspicious of a Deed without Warranty. Require a title search by a title company.
We do not recommend using a Deed Without Warranty. If you have any questions regarding this deed, speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.
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