Nevada Transfer on Death Deed Forms

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When Recorded Please Mail To:
(name & address)

Mail Tax Statements To: (Grantor(s))
(name & address)

The undersigned hereby affirms that this
document, including any exhibits, submitted for
recording does not contain the social security
number of any person or persons.

                               TRANSFER ON DEATH DEED


I, ___________________________, an individual,  married  unmarried, hereinafter referred to as “the
Grantor”, does hereby convey unto _____________________________  married  unmarried, hereinafter
referred to as “the Grantee Beneficiary”, effective upon my death, the following lots, tracts or parcels of
lands and property, together with all improvements located thereon, lying in ________________________
County, State of Nevada:

         [Describe Property]

        Prior instrument reference:

This transfer on death deed is revocable. It does not transfer any ownership until the death of the
Grantor. This transfer on death deed revokes all prior deeds by the Grantor which convey the same real
property pursuant to subsection 1 of NRS 111.109 regardless of whether such prior deeds failed to convey
the Grantor’s entire interest in the same real property.

SUBJECT to all easements, rights of way, protective covenants and mineral reservations of record, if any.

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same unto the Grantee Beneficiary, and unto his/her heirs and assigns
forever, with all appurtenances thereunto belonging.

WITNESS the Grantor’s hand this the _____ day of ______________, _______.

      Signature of Grantor
      Print Name -

STATE OF NEVADA ___________________ )
COUNTY OF __________________________ )

On the _______ day of ________________________, __________, __________________________________
personally appeared before me, the undersigned Notary Public, and acknowledged to me the execution
of same to be his/her free and voluntary act and deed.

Description: Avoid probate of your real estate upon your death by recording a Nevada Transfer on Death Deed with the County Recorder. This package contains two forms: - A Transfer on Death Deed (or TOD) form, and - A Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed form, in case you want to cancel the TOD at any time after it has been recorded. Even though you are transferring the title deed into the beneficiary's name, you will still have rights to the property for as long as you live. That means you can deal with the property in any way you like, without requiring the permission or consent of the beneficiary. These Nevada Transfer on Death Deed Forms are downloadable legal forms which just need to be filled in, signed and notarized.
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