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Lisa, I've worked in residential and commercial real estate transactions, but I don't understand what the issues really are. A warranty deed is typically used to transfer (convey) title from one person(s) to another (or from or to business entities, or from either an individual or business entity or vice versa).

Quit claim deeds are used to transfer interest, but w/o any warranties of title.

Deed Cs are used in special situations and are more complex; they should only be prepared by qualified real estate or transactional attorneys.

Could you elaborate on what you mean by "non transfer" of a title? A deed is the method by which to convey or transfer title.


It would also be helpful if you would alter your profile so that we can see what other posts or answers you've provided. It helps put the whole situation in perspective.
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"But back to basics. In order to validly convey title to real estate in Texas, a grantor must execute a deed to the property in front of a notary public. The deed must be presented to and accepted by the grantee, and it should be filed of record in the county clerk’s office to put the public on notice of the transfer. Failure to file the deed can subject the property to future claims by other parties."

Did your mom execute a deed to the property before a notary public?

Was the deed filed filed with the county clerk?

I am not a lawyer.
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Thanks for the info.General warranty deed..I read some but I just can't understand what it means..
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texaslegaldocs.com/deeds-in-texas-its-the-type-that-counts/
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I am the attorney no choice on this, that's the sad thing and I was just wondering.Texas is the state.
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You need to speak with an attorney. Laws vary from state to state.
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