Wisconsin Warranty Deed Form


Transfer a Wisconsin real estate property from a seller to a buyer with this easy-to-use Wisconsin Warranty Deed form.

The seller (the grantor) gives the buyer (the grantee) the following covenants:
  • that the grantor has good and marketable title to the property,
  • that the grantor has the legal right and authority to transfer the title to the buyer, and
  • that the grantor will forever defend the right of the grantee to possess the property.
This Wisconsin Warranty Deed form is a downloadable legal document in MS Word format.
Download Type: Microsoft Word
SKU: 6154
Last Updated: 14-Apr-2016
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