Ohio General Warranty Deed Form

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Updated May 14, 2022

An Ohio general warranty deed is a legally binding document that transfers real estate interests from one person to another. A warranty deed includes a guarantee by the seller (or grantor) that he or she has the full legal authority to transfer his or her interests and that there are no defects or encumbrances associated with the title to the property. This means that there is no one else who can claim an interest in the property other than what has been disclosed.

LawsTitle LIII, Chapter 5301 & Chapter 5302

Signing Requirements – Grantor(s) must sign in the presence of a Notary Public (R.C. § 5301.01).

Recording the Deed

The deed, once signed, must be recorded in the county where the real estate is located (R.C. § 5301.25).

Statutory Form

The correct language for the general warranty deed in Ohio is set out in R.C. § 5302.05.