Nevada Special Warranty Deed Form

A Nevada special warranty deed is a legal document used to transfer property with a warranty. This type of warranty is limited, however, in that it is only meant to warrant that there will be not claims of interest arising out of grantor’s ownership of the property, but unlike a general warranty, it does not include a guarantee for any claims arising out of previous ownership of the property. Similar to the other deeds, you need the grantor and the grantee’s names, the consideration paid and a description of the property.

Laws – Title 10, Chapter 111 – Estates in Property; Conveyancing and Recording

Cover SheetRequired to be the first (1st) page upon filing to the County Recorder’s Office.

Declaration of Value (N.R.S. 111.310) – Required form needs to be added as the last page of the deed in order for final submission.

Recording (N.R.S. 111.315– Must be recorded in the County Recorder’s Office (View County List).

Signing (N.R.S. 111.105) – Required to be authorized with the Grantor(s) in the presence of a Notary Public.

How to Write

Step 1 – Make sure you have completed the Cover Sheet and the Declaration of Value.

Step 2 – Fill in the name and address of the grantor and check whether or not he or she is married.

Step 3 – Add in the consideration or amount paid for the property.

Step 4 – Write in the name and address of the grantee(s) and check the box indicating how they will hold the property.

Step 5 – In the next section, fill in the following information about the property being purchased:

  • street address
  • legal description
  • recording information
  • recording information for immediately receding deed (the deed granting ownership to grantor)

Step 6 – In the presence of a notary, execute and date the document and have the notary sign the acknowledgment.

Step 7 – File with the recorder of the county in which the property is located.