In Connecticut, the warranty deed is a fairly frequently used document that documents the grantor (as the legal owner of a property) making a written promise to the purchaser to protect against all types of disputes that may be raised by third parties.
In relation to the transfer of ownership, it is advisable to prepare a warranty deed to avoid any problems that may arise. After the deed has been written, to ratify it, the deed needs to be presented to the county registrar's office in the area where the property is domiciled.
There are several descriptions of information that are fundamental in preparing a warranty deed, including:
On the download button below, there is a file in a zipped PDF format. You can have this Connecticut deed of warranty form free of charge.