Michigan Warranty Deed Form by Megadox


Transfer ownership of a real estate property in Michigan from a seller to a buyer with this downloadable Michigan Warranty Deed form.
The grantor (seller) covenants that:
- it has good and marketable title to the property,
- it has the right and power to transfer the title to the buyer, and
- it will forever defend the grantee's (buyer's) right to possession of the property.
This Michigan Warranty Deed form is an easy-to-use legal document in MS Word format.

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									                                       WARRANTY DEED
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT on _____ day of ______________, _______,
_________________________________              [insert      name         of          grantor],       of
__________________________________________ [insert address], (hereinafter referred to as the “Grantor”)
does hereby convey and warrant to _________________________________ [insert name of grantee], of
__________________________________________ [insert address], (hereinafter referred to as the “Grantee”),
the following described premises, situated in ________________________ County, State of Michigan:

        [Give legal description of property]

        Also known as Property Address:

        Tax Parcel No.:

for the sum of __________________________ DOLLARS ($_____________)

Subject to easements and building and use restrictions of record and further subject to [list any additional
restrictions on title]

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same unto the Grantee and the Grantee’s heirs and assigns forever, with
all appurtenances thereunto belonging.

The Grantor grants the Grantee the right to make _____ of all available division(s) under section 108 of
the Land Division Act, Act No. 288 of the Public Acts of 1967.

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 required; and that Grantor and its heirs will forever
warrant and de
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