Minnesota General Warranty Deed Form

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The Minnesota general warranty deed is a legal form designed to allow parties to transfer real estate. A warranty deed comes with a guarantee from the seller that there are no hidden claims to the property and if there were, the seller would be liable to the buyer for such claims. In Minnesota, you need to make sure your deed is signed by the grantor and notarized by a notary public. In addition, you need to have the preparer’s information on the deed.

eCRV – If the property is valued at more than $1,000 then this form must be Filed Online or obtained from the County Recorder’s Office and completed by the parties.

Laws – § 507.07

Signing (§ 507.24) – Must be signed in the presence of a Notary Public or other Court Officer.

Recording (§ 507.0944)- Must be filed with any fee(s) with the County Recorder’s Office.

Well Disclosure Certificate (§ 103I.235) – If the property contains a well then this form must be attached to the Deed.

How to Write

Step 1 – In the spaces provided at the top of the form, you need to write in the amount of deed tax due along with the date of sale.

Step 2 – Next, include the amount of consideration paid for the property.

Step 3 – Write in the name of the grantor and then the grantee.

Step 4 – Fill in the name of the county that the property is located in.

Step 5 – Include the legal description of the property and any exceptions.

Step 6 – Check the applicable boxes relating to disclosure.

Step 7 – The grantor should sign and date in the presence of a notary and the notary should acknowledge the signature.

Step 8 – Fill in the preparer’s information.

Step 9 – The original should be filed with the registrar of title in the county in which the property is located.