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This Warranty Deed is a legal instrument that transfers real property from one party to
another and promises that title is good and clear of any claims. A warranty deed provides
the most protection to the purchaser because the seller warrants that he or she legally
owns the property, and that there are no outstanding liens or encumbrances against it.
This type of deed also guarantees title, which means the seller may be held liable for
damages if title is found to be defective. This document contains the standard provisions
commonly included in a warranty deed and may be customized to fit the specific needs of
the contracting parties. This deed should be used by sellers and purchasers of real
property located in Utah or their attorneys.
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For and in good consideration of ________ ($____) [Instruction: Insert the amount, e.g., five
thousand dollars ($5,000)], I ___________________________________ [Instruction: Insert
the name of grantor] of ____________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the
address of grantor], County of ________________________ [Instruction: Insert the County],
State of Utah (hereinafter “Grantor”) hereby bargain, deed and convey to
__________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of grantee] of
_____________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the address of grantor],
County of ________________ [Instruction: Insert the County], State of Utah (hereinafter
“Grantee”) the following described land in County of __________ [Instruction: Insert the
County], free and clear with WARRANTY COVENANTS; to wit:
[Instruction: Insert the description of the land for which warranty is given]
Grantor, for itself and its heirs, hereby covenants with Grantee, its heirs and assigns, that Grantor
is lawfully seized in fee simple of the above-described premises; that it has a good right to
convey; that the premises are free from all encumbrances; that Grantor and its heirs, and all
persons acquiring any interest in the property granted, through or for Grantor, will, on demand of
Grantee, or its heirs or assigns, and at the expense of Grantee, its heirs or assigns, execute and
instrument necessary for the further assurance of the title to the premises that may be reasonably
Grantor and its heirs will forever warrant and defend all of the property so granted to Grantee
and its heirs, against every person lawfully claiming the same or any part thereof.
Being the same property conveyed to Grantor by deed of _______________________
[Instruction: Specify the type of deed by which the property was conveyed to the Grantor],
dated _____ [Month] _____ [Date], 20____.
WITNESS the hands and seal of said Grantor this _____ [Month] _____ [Date], 20____.
[Instruction: Insert the name of Grantor]
[Instruction: Insert the signature of Grantor]
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