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New Hampshire Special Warranty Deed Form

New Hampshire Special Warranty Deed Form

Updated April 12, 2024

A New Hampshire special warranty deed is best explained as a cross between a quitclaim deed and a general warranty deed. It provides a measure of guarantee from the seller to the purchaser; though it is not a full guarantee, as is the case in a general warranty deed. The seller is merely guaranteeing that he or she has not granted an interest in the property to another person during the time they have owned the property. However, the seller does not guarantee that, prior to receiving the property, there was not another transfer unaccounted for by people who owned the property before the grantor. Still, it is vital to have completed a thorough title search to determine what interest is being bought in the property.

Laws – Title XLVIII, Chapter 477 – Conveyances of Realty and Interests Therein

Recording – Required to be filed with the County Registry of Deeds.[1]

Signing – The Seller(s) must sign in the presence of a Notary Public.[2]

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I. Preparation Of New Hampshire Statement

(1) New Hampshire Statement Preparer. The Reporter of the New Hampshire property transfer information otherwise referred to as its Preparer, should be identified by name.

(2) Statement Preparer’s Mailing Address. Produce the current mailing address of the Statement Preparer to the available space.

II. Post-File Mailing Instruction

(3) Predetermined Recipient. The Grantor filing this statement with the appropriate County Recorder’s Office will need to be directly authorized to receive this paperwork after its filing. This authorization occurs with a production of his or her name as the Recipient.

(4) Address Of Predetermined Recipient. The exact mailing address needed to send this paperwork to the Predetermined Recipient must be displayed for the use of the New Hampshire County Recorder responsible for this paperwork’s return.

III. New Hampshire Grantor Statement

(5) New Hampshire Grantor Identity. The name of the New Hampshire Property Owner signing this document must be properly identified. Produce the legal name of every New Hampshire Property Owner at the beginning of the first statement. Every Real Property Owner participating in the transfer of the New Hampshire property must be identified here and must sign this document.

(6) Residential Address. The permanent residential address of the New Hampshire Grantor will be required. To record this information, begin with a production of the first address line(building number/street/apartment number).

(7) County And State Of Residential Address. Conclude this report on the New Hampshire Grantor’s address with a recording of his or her County and State of residence.

IV. Payment For New Hampshire Property

(8) New Hampshire Property Transaction. The money paid to the Grantor for the New Hampshire property is a required report in this document. Write out the exact amount paid for the New Hampshire property and deliver a numerical presentation to the areas reserved for this information.

V. New Hampshire Grantee Information

(9) New Hampshire Property Buyer. In order for the New Hampshire Property Owner to release real estate, the New Hampshire Buyer will need to be identified as the Grantee. Furnish the name of each New Hampshire Grantee that will have the right to claim ownership of the discussed real property with this document.

(10) New Hampshire Grantee Address. Furnish the first address line of the New Hampshire Grantee’s residence, then the appropriate County and State to solidify the Grantee’s identity.

VI. Description Of New Hampshire Real Property

(11) New Hampshire County. The property’s location and description require discussion so that the correct New Hampshire property can be released to the New Hampshire Grantee. This presentation should begin by documenting the name of the New Hampshire County governing the real property. This will be where the property is located.

(12) New Hampshire Legal Description. As mentioned, it is crucial that the concerned property is defined. The legal description for the New Hampshire real property should be obtained from its most recent deed or the County Registry Of Deeds where it was filed. Once acquired, this description of the property should be delivered to the next area of this document. Make sure that the physical address and any distinguishing landmarks are included.

VII. New Hampshire Grantor Signature

(13) New Hampshire Grantor Signature Process. The signature of the New Hampshire Grantor, as well as his or her printed name, must both be presented to this document. When doing so, the New Hampshire Grantor must make sure to perform these actions with the participation of a qualified Notary Public

(14) New Hampshire Grantor Address.

(15) Notarization Of New Hampshire Document Execution. A certified Notary Public will use his or her credentials to provide reliable verification to the act of New Hampshire Grantor’s signing. The final area has been reserved for the Notary Public to display that the notarization of the New Hampshire Grantor’s signing has occurred and been completed successfully.


  1. N.H. Rev. Stat. § 477:3-a
  2. N.H. Rev. Stat. § 477:3