A Connecticut Grant Deed is used to convey real property between individuals or entities in the state. Even though the Connecticut General Statutes does not include grant deeds in their section Statutory Forms And Deeds, they can still be known as special or limited warranty deeds (47-36c). To make sure the conveyance of real property is legally recognized, the grantor must sign the deed before a judge of a court of record of Connecticut or of the United States, a clerk of the Superior Court, a justice of the peace, a notary public, or another authorized representative named in section 47-5a of Connecticut General Statute.
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