An Idaho Grant Deed is a legal document that is used in this state to transfer ownership of real property. The Idaho Statutes contain an explanation according to which the usage of the word "grant" when conveying real property implies that the grantor has not conveyed the real property (including any right, title, or interest), to any person other than the grantee (55-612). Before the grant deed may be recorded in Idaho (which is required by section 55-801 of the Idaho Statutes), it shall be duly acknowledged in accordance with section 55-805 of the Idaho Statutes. A recording of a grant deed shall take place in a county where the real property stated in the deed is located (55-808).
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