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					                                                          Warranty Deed
                                                          (Subject to Debt)


                          This Warranty Deed can be used when an Individual conveys ownership of a property and
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                          warrants title to that property, but the deed is secured by a debt.




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                                       WARRANTY DEED

                                         (Subject to Debt)

STATE OF Pennsylvania

COUNTY OF _____________ [Instruction: Insert the County]

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

THAT THE UNDERSIGNED, ___________________ [Instruction: Insert full legal name(s)
of seller(s)], hereinafter referred to as “Grantor”, whether one or more, for and in consideration
of the sum of ________ ($___) [◊Instruction: Insert the amount, e.g., five hundred dollars
($500)] and other valuable consideration to the undersigned in hand paid by Grantee herein
named, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, has GRANTED, SOLD AND
CONVEYED, and by these presents does GRANT, SELL and CONVEY unto
______________________ [Instruction: Insert full legal name(s) of grantee(s)], hereinafter
referred to as “Grantee”, whether one or more, all of Grantor’s right, title and interest, in and to
the real property, being Grantor’s separate property, hereinafter referred to as the “Property”
described in “Exhibit A” attached hereto and made a part hereof:

This conveyance, however, is made and accepted subject to that certain indebtedness described
as follows:

1. Vendor’s Lien in Deed dated ______ [Month] ___ [Date], 20___, recorded in the real
   property records of _____________________ County [Instruction: Insert the County],
   Pennsylvania in
   ___________________________________________________________________________
   ___________________________________________________________________________
   [Instruction: Insert description that 
				
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Description: This Warranty Deed is used when a seller of real property located in Pennsylvania conveys ownership of the property to a buyer and warrants title to that property, but the deed is secured by a debt. This warranty deed effectively transfers the property to the buyer, but specifies that certain liens exist on the property. It provides details of the existing liens including the amount of the lien and recording information. In this warranty deed the seller promises to defend the buyer from all adverse claims relating to the property, but states that the liens are retained against the property until they are paid off. This document should be used in a real estate transaction where the seller warrants the property subject to existing liens.
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