The Oklahoma general warranty deed is a type of legal document whereby an owner of a piece of property can sell his or her interest to another person. With a warranty deed, the owner provides a warranty or guarantee that the property that he is transferring has no hidden claims against it and that the owner has the full legal authority to sell the property to the buyer. If it turns out that there are problems with the title to the property, the buyer has recourse against the seller. Once deeds are properly filled out and acknowledged by a notary, they are filed with the registrar of deeds in the county in which the property is located.
Recording () – Must be filed with the Register of Deeds in the County where the property is located.
Signing () – The Grantor(s) are required to sign this form in the presence of a Notary Public.
How to Write
Step 1 – Write in the date of the deed.
Step 2 – Fill in the name of the person selling.
Step 3 – Include the name of the person buying.
Step 4 – Add the amount of consideration.
Step 5 – Fill in the name of the person buying, again.
Step 6 – Specify the county in which the property is located.
Step 7 – Write in the legal description of the property.
Step 8 – Include the name of the seller again and the requisite pronoun for the seller in the next two blanks.
Step 9 – The party of the first part is the seller and the party of the second part is the buyer.
Step 10 – Sign and date in the presence of a notary public.
Step 11 – File the document with the registrar of deeds in the county in which the property is located.