Transfer title for a real estate property in New Jersey with this Bargain and Sale Deed with Covenants as to Grantor's Acts.
- In this document, the seller of the property is called the grantor and the buyer is called the grantee.
- The grantor warrants (guarantees) the title only against those defects that arose during his/her ownership of the property, but not against any title defects that existed before that time.
- The Deed also contains a covenant (promise) that the grantor has not done anything to encumber the property (such as a mortgage).
- This form of Deed is commonly used to transfer ownership of properties that have been seized for unpaid taxes, or that are being sold by an executor of an estate.
This downloadable New Jersey Bargain and Sale Deed Form with Covenants as to Grantor's Acts
is easy to use - just fill in the details and print it for signature.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016