When you are going to make a property sale transaction in California, then you must provide several documents. Not only a sales contract, you are also required to complete a grant deed.
This form, which includes a limited liability guarantee, is treated in the same manner as a warranty deed commonly applied in most other states.
This legal document is prepared by the seller of the property, in which there is a guarantee that the property is not in any trouble.
In writing the grant deed, you must use a language that has received a recommendation from the 1092 California Civil Code.
This deed must also be signed directly in front of a notary, which at this stage is usually asked to complete the All-Purpose Acknowledgment.
If the deed has been certified by a notary, then the next step is to submit this form to the local district office.
Because there is usually a tax fee, then you also have to make sure whether in submitting this deed there is a fee that must be paid.