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North Dakota General Warranty Deed Form

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North Dakota General Warranty Deed Form

Updated April 12, 2024

A North Dakota general warranty deed is a deed used to transfer property from one person to another in North Dakota. The person selling is called the grantor while the person buying is called the grantee. A warranty deed comes with a promise from the grantor that the title to the property is free and clear of any defects and that the grantor has the full right, title, and authority to sell the property to the grantee. It is wise, however, for the buyer to make sure a thorough property search is completed prior to the sale as a means of knowing exactly what interest is being purchased in the property.

Laws Title 47 (Property), Chapters 47-10 & 47-19

Signing Requirements – Must be signed with a Notary Public acting as a subscribing witness.[1]

Grantee Certification – All warranty deeds must include a signed certification from the grantee that certifies the amount paid for the property.[2]

Recording the Deed

The deed, once signed, must be submitted to the County Recorder’s Office where the real estate is located.[3]

Statutory Form

By use of the word “grant” or any similar variation, the grantor(s) is stating the transfer of fee-simple title.[4]


  1. NDCC, 47-19-03
  2. NDCC, 11-18-02.2
  3. NDCC, 47-19-07
  4. NDCC, 47-10-13