Transfer ownership of a real estate property in the State of New York with this Bargain and Sale Deed Without Covenants Against Grantor's Acts.
- A Bargain and Sale Deed is commonly used to transfer title for properties that have been seized for unpaid taxes or that form part of the estate of a deceased and that is being sold by an executor.
- There are no warranties given as to title.
- The grantor does not make any covenants with the grantee as to any acts of the grantor with respect to the property. But the grantor does covenant to hold the consideration for the property in compliance with Section 13 of the Lien Law.
This New York Bargain and Sale Deed Without Covenants Against Grantor's Acts form is available as a MS Word document and is easy to download, fill in and print.
Last Updated: 29-October-2016