Idaho Special Warranty Deed Form

The Idaho special warranty deed is something in between a quit claim deed and a general warranty deed. It provides a measure of guarantee from the seller to the buyer, but not a full guarantee. The seller is merely guaranteeing that he or she has not granted interest in the property to another person during the time they have owned the property, but the seller does not guarantee that prior to receiving the property, there was not another transfer not accounted for by people who owned the property before the grantor. Again, it is important to have completed a thorough title search to ascertain what interest you are actually buying in the property.

How to Write

Step 1 – Fill in the name and address of the seller (or grantor) and check the box indicating whether they are married.

Step 2 – Include the amount of consideration paid for the property.

Step 3 – Write in the name and address of the grantee (person buying the property) and how they plan on holding the property.

Step 4 – Specify the description of the property including the street address and legal description.

Step 5 – Insert any known restrictions on the property such as easements.

Step 6 – Execute the document in the presence of a notary public.

Step 7 – The buyer should have the original recorded with the county recorder right away.