Florida Affidavit of Deed

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  • 15-Minute quick consult with attorney
  • Our attorneys prepare the document for free.
  • Formatted to meet county recording requirements.
  • Documents delivered ready for notary, witnesses, and county recorder within 24-hours after your consultation. 

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A Florida Affidavit of Deed is the grantor (or seller)’s way of protecting themselves from the possibility of an unrecorded deed.

If you’ve sold a property, you may want additional legal documentation that you have sold the real estate to someone else and are no longer responsible or liable for it. A grantee (or buyer)’s signature is often not required on other types of deeds, a former owner may have difficulty proving the sale of the property if for some reason the deed was not filed correctly with the appropriate recording department.

Put into simple terms, a Florida affidavit of deed will confirm the actual date of the real estate transaction and protect the grantor from any future claims, liens, back taxes, or complications that sometimes arise when calculating assets.

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A Florida Affidavit of Deed is the grantor (or seller)’s way of protecting themselves from the possibility of an unrecorded deed. If you’ve sold a property, you may want additional legal documentation that you have sold the real estate to someone else and are no longer responsible or liable for it.

Since the grantee (or buyer)’s signature is often not required on other types of deeds, a former owner may have difficulty proving the sale of the property if for some reason the deed was not filed correctly with the appropriate recordering department.

Put into simple terms, a Florida affidavit of deed will confirm the actual date of the real estate transaction and protect the grantor from any future claims, liens, back taxes, or complications that sometimes arise when calculating assets.

The definition of affidavit is a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath or on affirmation, in this case in front of a notary. The purpose of an affidavit is to formally legitimize a claim, in this case that the grantor did in fact sell the property and relinquish the title. Therefore, they are no longer the property owner and are no longer responsible for it.

QuickDeeds.com can quickly and accurately prepare your Florida affidavit of deed within 24 hours of your consultation. Our attorneys will ensure that your affidavit is compliant with Florida state and county laws and regulations, and that the document is ready for both the notary and the recorder.

Is a Florida affidavit of deed the right fit for your unique situation? Get started by filling out our simple form and scheduling a consultation with our team. One of our professional real estate attorneys will help you determine which legal document best suits your needs and then draft it with accuracy and speed.

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