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Oklahoma Special Warranty Deed Form

An Oklahoma special warranty deed is a type of deed used by an owner of land and/or buildings in Oklahoma to sell his/her interest in that property. This type of deed has a warranty from the seller to the buyer, but unlike a general warranty deed, it is limited. The warranty only applies to conveyances…

Oklahoma General Warranty Deed Form

An Oklahoma general warranty deed is a type of legal document with which an owner of a property can sell his or her interest in the property to another person. With a warranty deed, the owner provides a warranty or guarantee that the property being transferred has no hidden claims against it and that the…

Oklahoma Quit Claim Deed Form

An Oklahoma quit claim deed is a form that a person who owns a piece of property in Oklahoma can use to sell an interest in the property to another person. Because it is a quit claim deed, the seller is not necessarily obligated to provide any guarantees as to what their interest in the…

Oklahoma 1-Day Landlord Notice to Enter

An Oklahoma notice to enter gives a landlord permission to enter a tenant’s rental unit for a designated reason. State law requires the landlord to provide the tenant with at least one (1) day notice before entering the property. Laws – Title 41 §41-128 Notice can be used for Inspection; Making agreed or necessary alterations,…

Oklahoma Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

An Oklahoma non-compete agreement is not allowed for the use of restricting a former employee from working in the same business as the employer. In Oklahoma, any contract that puts a “restrain” on an individual is to that extent void. Although, a non-compete is legal for use when purchasing a business (to protect the buyer)…

Oklahoma Notary Acknowledgment Form

An Oklahoma notary acknowledgment form is a declaration that a signature is authentic. This method of authentication is often required when dealing with items of great value such as a mortgage, living trust, deed, or vehicle title. Before a document may be notarized, the notary public must verify the individual’s identification to confirm their identity…

Oklahoma Revocable Living Trust Form

The Oklahoma revocable living trust form is a document which places a person’s assets and property into a trust and establishes provisions for the management and distribution of the trust estate. During the Settlor’s lifetime, they will continue to benefit from their assets that they have placed in the trust and, as is more often than…

Oklahoma Self-Proving Affidavit Form

An Oklahoma self-proving affidavit form is a notarized document that can be attached to a last will and testament in order to validate it. A self-proving will bypasses the probate process whereby the will’s witnesses may be called to attest the will in person. This affidavit contains the sworn statement of the principal signatory (the…

Oklahoma Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in OK

An Oklahoma name change form allows adults to legally change their name in the State of Oklahoma as long as they have resided within the state for a minimum of thirty (30) days. A person may feel compelled to change their name for a multitude of reasons, and they may do so as long as they…

Oklahoma Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Oklahoma do not resuscitate (DNR) order form specifies a person’s choice to reject cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the event of cardiac or respiratory arrest. A patient who voluntarily executes a DNR form, or who has an authorized representative complete the document on their behalf, will not be resuscitated by health care providers but will instead be…