A general warranty deed will be given at closing without liens or taxes owed.
What does W/D stand for?
W/D stands for Warranty Deed
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- Workers Compensation policy (insurance)
- Working Capital
- Wound Care
- Written Correspondence
- Wrong Conversation
- Warren/Conner Development Coalition (Detroit, MI)
- With Change
- Water-Cementitious Material Ratio (concrete)
- Dimensional Weight
- Warm and Dry (medical: nursing skin assessment)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Former Arkansas Razorbacks football Coach Bobby Petrino has sold his Fayetteville mansion for $1 7 million, according to a warranty deed filed June 18 in the Washington County Circuit Clerk's office.
According to Yavapai County records obtained by Credit Union Times, Glatt and his wife, Diane, filed a "Special Warranty Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure" on the property located at 25 Veritas Drive on April 8.
and an adjacent lot in June for $150,000, according to a warranty deed filed with the Genesee County Register of Deeds office.
Secured Funding recorded the electronic warranty deed security agreements using US Recording, which officially filed with the Orange County, California, recorder of deeds, according to Kelly Fidel, NotaryPro's executive vice president of sales and marketing.
LEXIS 104 (Supreme Court of Oklahoma--October 21, 2003) In 1998, James Delk executed a warranty deed conveying equal fractional interests in his residence to six relatives, including his daughter, Debra, who became the plaintiff in this case, as well as grandson John (Debra's son), and children Julian, Cheyenne, Tanner (Mabry), and nephew Cody.
They review their general warranty deed and sale contract, confident their grantor had warranted against such a situation.