Idaho Grant Deed

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                             This Grant Deed is a legal document used to transfer title to real property from one person
                             or entity to another. It must contain the legal description of the property, the signatures of
                             the grantor and a notary's acknowledgement. This document covenants that the grantor
                             has the right to convey the property, the premises are free from encumbrances, and that
                             the grantor will defend the grantee from any adverse claims that may arise. Grant deeds
                             serve as written evidence property ownership. This document should be used by grantors
                             and grantees located in Idaho whenever title to property is transferred.
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                                          GRANT DEED

RECORDING REQUESTED BY: ________________________________

AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL DOCUMENT AND TAX STATEMENTS TO: __________

NAME: ________________________________

STREET: _____________________________________________________________________

ADDRESS: ___________________________________________________________________

CITY, STATE & ZIP CODE: ________________________________

TITLE ORDER NUMBER: __________________________________

ESCROW NUMBER: ______________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________

                         Space above this Line for Recorder’s Use Only

THIS DEED OF GRANT is made on    ____ [Month] ____ [Date], 20____ by and between __________
[Instruction: Insert name of Grantor] hereinafter referred to as the “Grantor” and __________
[Instruction: Insert name of Grantee] hereinafter referred to as the “Grantee”.

The undersigned Grantor declares:

DOCUMENTARY TRANSFER TAX [Instruction: Mark “X” next to the applicable
statement]

______computed on full value of property granted/conveyed

______computed on full value less value of liens or encumbrances remaining at the time of sale

______Realty not sold

______Unincorporated area, City of _______________ [Instruction: Insert the City]

FOR A VALUABLE CONSIDERATION, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, I hereby
remise, release and grant to the Grantee the following described real property in the City of
_______________ [Instruction: Insert the City], County of _______________ [Instruction:
Insert the County], State of Idaho, with the following legal description:

______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
[Instruction: Insert legal description of the property]


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The Grantor, for itself and its heirs, hereby covenants with the Grantee, its heirs, and assigns,
that the Grantor owns the above described property in fee simple absolute; that it has a good
right to convey; that the premises are free from all encumbrances; that the Grantee shall quietly
enjoy the above property; that the Grantor and its heirs and all persons acquiring any interest in
the property granted, through or for the Grantor, will, on demand of the Grantee, or its heirs or
assigns, and at the expense of the Grantee, its heirs, or assigns, execute any instrument necessary
for the further assurance of title to the premises that may be reasonably required; and the Grantor
and its heirs will forever warrant and defend all of the property so granted to the Grantee, its
heirs, and assigns, against every person lawfully claiming the same or any part thereof.

____ [Month] ____ [Date], 20____



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Description: This Grant Deed is a legal document used to transfer title to real property from one person or entity to another. It must contain the legal description of the property, the signatures of the grantor and a notary's acknowledgement. This document covenants that the grantor has the right to convey the property, the premises are free from encumbrances, and that the grantor will defend the grantee from any adverse claims that may arise. Grant deeds serve as written evidence property ownership. This document should be used by grantors and grantees located in Idaho whenever title to property is transferred.
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