An Arizona Grant Deed is a legal document that can be used to convey real property from one person or entity to another. A grant deed in this state must be done in writing, subscribed, and delivered by the grantor, or by his authorized agent (33-401). The Arizona Revised Statutes requires every deed in the state to be signed by the grantor and duly acknowledged before some authorized officer. If the grant deed was performed outside Arizona for use in Arizona it must be acknowledged by any of the persons listed in section 33-501, Chapter 4 Conveyances and Deeds, Title 33 Property of the Arizona Revised Statutes. Since a grant deed evidences the transfer of real property it must be recorded by the grantor in the county of Arizona where the real property is located (33-411.01). Recoding the deed in the office of the county recorder will also provide constructive notice to subsequent buyers and encumbrance holders for a valuable consideration without notice (33-411).
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