Indiana General Warranty Deed Form

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An Indiana general warranty deed is a type of deed with which a seller provides a warranty or guarantee that the property he or she is selling is free from other claims. In other words, they are guaranteeing that if someone else claims ownership of all or part of the property, the seller will defend such claim on behalf of the buyer. Be that as it may, to avoid such issues, it is important that the buyer do some due diligence on the property that they intend on buying and have a thorough property search completed so that any claims against the property are found out and resolved prior to the purchase.

LawsTitle 32 (Property), Article 21 – Conveyance Procedures for Real Property

Signing (IC § 32-21-2-3) – Must be acknowledged before a Notary Public.

Recording – This form may be filed at the County Recorder’s Office in the jurisdiction where the property is located.

How to Write

Step 1 – Fill in the grantor’s name at the top ad the county and state.

Step 2 – Enter the Grantee’s name, county, and state.

Step 3 – Include the amount of money paid for the property.

Step 4 – Add the county in which the property is located.

Step 5 – Attach a legal description of the property as “Exhibit A” and the Right of Way Parcel Plat, if any, as “Exhibit B”.

Step 6 – Fill in the amount any year of property taxes payable.

Step 7 – Sign and date in front of a notary public.