General Warranty Deed

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Common in residential real estate and not generally used in commercial real estate, a general warranty deed guarantees that the seller has the right to sell the property and that it is free of any encumbrances such as debt, liens, or any adverse claims. A general warranty allows the grantee, or new owner of the property, the ability to sue the grantor for damages if any such legitimate challenges to title or unknown encumbrances emerge.

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