Hawaii warranty deed is a document commonly used in property transactions with the main essence of conveying a warranty agreement from the seller to the buyer.
The guarantee includes a statement explaining that the property is not under claim or restriction. If at a later date a claim arises, the seller is obliged to defend the interests of the buyer.
However, the real buyer must conduct a careful study of the title or property. With the hope that the buyer really knows things related to the property that is being / will be purchased.
Step #1 – Grantor identity (Name and Address).
Step #2 – Put a check mark in the box that states the marital status of the Grantor.
Step #3 – In the next column, write down the nominal amount paid by the buyer.
Step #4 – Grantee identity (Name and Address).
Step #5 – Place a check mark on the item identifying how the buyer intends to own the property.
Step #6 – Write down the full address and record information, followed by a legal description of the property being purchased.
Step #7 – Write down the claim or limitation (if any).
Step #8 – Signing the file and giving the date witnessed by a notary.
Step #9 – The original deed is given to the buyer and must be registered with the local relevant authorities.