A Property Deed establishes the right to claim ownership of specific Property.
Property ownership changes include the transfer of a Property Deed from a seller (called the Grantor) to a buyer (called the Grantee).
Every state uses a few different types of Property Deeds but they all include some common information about the Property including:
There are a few different kinds of Property Deeds.
The different types are used to facilitate Property ownership transfer under the various conditions which may arise between a seller and a buyer.
Most, but not all, Property Deeds are recorded.
- A description of the Property described in a way that it cannot be confused with another Property
- The names of both the seller and buyer of the Property
- The official date of the Property transfer
Hereditament is a term that was commonly used on some Property Deeds .
Hereditament is any kind of Property, including Real Property which can be inherited.
Although the term Hereditament has become out of fashion it is still found on some Property Deeds.