Arizona General Warranty Deed Form

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

LawsTitle 33 (Property), Chapter 4 – Conveyances and Deeds

Affidavit of Property Value – 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 A.R.S. § 33-402

Signing (A.R.S. § 33-401b) – Required to be signed in the presence of a Notary Public.

How to Write

Step 1 Fill-in to whom the recorder should mail the document to once it’s recorded.

Step 2 – On the first line, indicate the name of the seller or grantor.

Step 3 – On the next line, specify the name of the purchaser or grantee.

Step 4 – Indicate the name of the county in which the property is located.

Step 5 – Enter the legal description of the property.

Step 6 – Sign and date in front of a notary public.

Step 7 – The purchaser should have the original recorded with the county recorder within sixty days of the conveyance and the seller should have a copy.