Wisconsin General Warranty Deed Form

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Updated May 14, 2022

A Wisconsin general warranty deed is a legal form that may be used by the owner of real estate (the grantor) when selling property to another party (the grantee). The deed provides a warranty, or guarantee, that the grantor has the legal authority to sell the property and that the title is free of any defects. There is no statutory form in Wisconsin, so the warranty in the deed may be expressed through the phrase “conveys and warrants.”

LawsChapter 706. Conveyances of Real Property; Recording; Titles

Signing Requirements – The signing of the deed by the seller(s) must be witnessed by a Notary Public (W.S.A. 706.06).

Notices and Disclosures

Recording the Deed

The deed, once signed, must be filed with the Register of Deeds in the county where the property is located (W.S.A. 706.05).