South Dakota Deeds
A deed is an unassuming piece of paper that carries a big legal impact. The purpose of a deed is to transfer ownership interest in real property. An experienced legal attorney from the McCann, Ribstein, Hogan, & McCarty Law Firm can review or prepare your deed to guarantee that your interests are protected.
Types of Deeds
There are a variety of deeds which are available to use regarding the transfer of property:
- Warranty Deeds
- Limited Warranty Deed
- Quitclaim Deed
- Trustee Deed
- Tax Deed
- Contract for Deed
- Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
- Personal Representative Deed
- Grant Deed
An experienced attorney can assist you in deciding which deed will best suit your needs.
Recording the Deed
Every deed must be recorded in the Register of Deeds office in the county where the property is located. The purpose of recording the deed is to give notice that the buyer has an ownership interest in the property. Recording the deed also creates a chronological chain of title so the history of ownership can be researched.
Contact an Eastern South Dakota Real Estate attorney at the McCann, Ribstein, Hogan, & McCarty Law Firm today.
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