The Arizona conveyance deed, also known as the “special warranty”, is used by a seller, or grantor, to transfer a piece of property in Arizona to a buyer, or grantee. This deed conveys the interest of the purchaser to a buyer in the property but does not warrant against any claims to the property by others. It is important that the seller’s husband or wife, if married sign the deed as well to make sure that there is no interest retained by the spouse. Types of interests a spouse may have could be a homestead interest or a joint interest. The document should be signed in front of a notary and the buyer will take the original to the recorder to record.
How to Write
Step 1 – Enter the name of the seller(s), also known as the grantor(s).
Step 2 – Fill in the street address of the grantors in the next space followed by the city and town.
Step 3 – Indicate the marital status by checking the appropriate box.
Step 4 – In the next space, fill in the purchase amount.
Step 5 – Then enter the name of the grantee(s) or purchaser(s).
Step 6 – In the next space, fill in the street address, town, and state of grantors.
Step 7 – In the next section check the box indicating how the property is going to be held by grantees.
Step 8 – Indicate the street address of the property being transferred.
Step 9 – Fill in the recorded information of the parcel.
Step 10 – Next, indicate what the legal description is for the property.
Step 11 – If there are any restrictions on the transfer, such as a right of way, indicate it in the next section.
Step 12 – Fill in the recording information of the previous deed transferring the property.
Step 13 – Next the buyers and sellers should sign the document in front of a notary public and the buyer should have the original filed with the recorder in the county in which the property is located within 60 days of the purchase.