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Arizona Deed Forms – Quit Claim, Warranty, and Special Warranty

The Arizona deed forms are used to convey real property from one person (grantor) to another (grantee). There are different deed forms depending on the type of transfer required. Some deeds have a form of warranty on the title whereby a seller (grantor) provides a guarantee as to the soundness of the title. A quitclaim…

Arizona Trust Deed Form

The Arizona trust deed is used when there is a security interest in the property. A lender holding a mortgage on the property uses this type of deed to indicate the interest that they have in the property in the event that the person borrowing the money fails to pay the mortgage as directed. If…

Arizona Quit Claim Deed Form

The Arizona quitclaim deed is a form used to transfer property from one person to another without any warranties as to whether the title is clear. In other words, the person transferring the property is not making any warranties against any other claims to the property from others. The transferor is only transferring any right…

Arizona General Warranty Deed Form

The Arizona general warranty deed is a form used to transfer real property (real estate) from one person (known as the grantor or seller) to another person (known as the grantee or purchaser). This type of deed not only conveys the property but the seller or grantor warrants or guarantees that he or she has…

Arizona Conveyance (Special Warranty) Deed Form

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…

Arizona Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Arizona living trust is a document that allows a person to place personal property and/or real estate in a holding the enables the Beneficiary(ies) to bypass the probate process after the trust creator’s death. The creator, or “Grantor,” may still reap the benefits of the assets held within the trust during their lifetime, and, in the…

Arizona Non-Compete Agreement Template

The Arizona non-compete agreement template is a document that prohibits competition in the same field, once an employee decides to change positions, is terminated or resigns a position. Generally, a non-compete is a document that carries prohibitions in several areas. In the state of Arizona, there are no strict state statutes with regard to non-compete…

Arizona Notary Acknowledgment Form

An Arizona notary acknowledgment form is used by a public official to certify an individual’s signature on a document. There are a number of documents that may require notary acknowledgment, mostly legal agreements, estate administrations, and property transactions. The individual(s) presenting the document must declare that they have included their signature(s) under their own free…

Arizona Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in AZ

The Arizona voter registration form can be completed as long as the voter is a resident of Arizona and is at least eighteen (18) years of age. Once completed, forms can be mailed or delivered in-person to the individual’s local County Recorder’s Office. Alternatively, residents with a valid Arizona driver’s license and/or Arizona non-operating I.D….

Arizona Revocable Living Trust Form

The Arizona revocable living trust is a document created by an individual who wishes to protect their assets and leave instructions for an appointed Trustee to distribute assets to Beneficiaries when they die. Unlike a will, the contents of a living trust don’t have to be distributed in probate and are not made public record….


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