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Oklahoma Warranty Deed Template

Welcome to our page for the Oklahoma Warranty Deed Template. This template is designed to help you draft a warranty deed for real estate transactions in Oklahoma, based on statutory form.

A warranty deed is a legal document where the seller (grantor) guarantees they hold clear title to a piece of real estate and have the right to sell it to the buyer (grantee).

Please fill in the blanks with accurate information about your transaction, such as the names of the grantor and grantee, the amount paid, the legal description of the property, and the date.

Remember, this template is for informational purposes only and does not replace legal advice. Deed execution involves legal considerations and should be done with professional guidance. Also, the deed should be signed in the presence of a notary.

By using this template, you acknowledge your responsibility to ensure it meets all legal requirements for your specific situation.

Your paragraph text

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That (Grantor's Full Name), of the first part, in consideration of the sum of (Amount) dollars, in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey unto (Grantee's Full Name), the following described real property and premises, situate in (Property's County) County, State of Oklahoma, to-wit:

(Legal Description of Property)

together with all the improvements thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging, and warrant the title to the same.

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD said described premises unto the said (Grantee's Full Name) of the second part, (Grantee's) heirs and assigns forever, free, clear and discharged of and from all former grants, charges, taxes, judgments, mortgages and other liens and encumbrances of whatsoever nature;

Signed and delivered this (Day) day of (Month and Year).

(Grantor's Full Name)

Please note that you'll need to fill in the blanks with the appropriate information. Also, this deed must be properly executed and delivered to the grantee. The execution of a deed typically involves signing the deed in the presence of a notary. This draft does not include a notary acknowledgment section, which is typically required to record the deed. It's always a good idea to consult with a local real estate attorney or professional to ensure that all legal requirements are met.

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