Massachusetts Release Deed Form

The Massachusetts release deed provides a legal method for the conveyance of land and buildings from a seller to a buyer, or a grantor to a grantee in Massachusetts. This type of deed provides no guarantee as to what the grantor owns or what other interests may have been granted in the past. It is very important that the buyer makes sure to have a title report completed so he or she knows exactly what he is buying.

LawsChapter 183, Section 29

How to Write

Step 1  At the top of the page, put in the buyer’s address so the register of deeds can send it back after it is recorded..

Step 2 – The name of the grantor should go in the blank place specified along with his or her address.

Step 3 – The consideration or amount of money paid for the property should go in the next section.

Step 4 – Next, write in the name of the grantee and the grantee’s address

Step 5 – The next section is for the street address of the property. A legal description should be attached. Be sure to type the address on the side.

Step 6 – Write in the recording information for the deed granting ownership to the seller.

Step 7 – Execute the deed and date in front of a notary.

Step 8 – The deed should be recorded with the registry of deeds in the requisite county.