Arizona General Warranty Deed Form

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Updated August 10, 2022

An 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 indicates that the seller or grantor warrants or guarantees he or she has clear title to the property and there are no others who have a claim to it. It is imperative that if the grantor is married the spouse signs the deed acknowledging the transfer.

Laws Title 33 (Property), Chapter 4 – Conveyances and Deeds

Signing Requirements – The deed must be signed in the presence of a Notary Public (A.R.S. § 33-401b).

Recording the Deed

Affidavit of Property Value – This is required to be attached to the warranty deed when filing with the County Recorder’s Office unless the ownership change is occurring with no monetary payment (i.e. gifts, heirship, divorce agreement, etc.) (A.R.S. § 11-1134).

Statutory Form

Arizona’s statutory warranty deed can be located in the state’s database (A.R.S. § 33-402).