An Alabama Gift Deed is a transfer of real property between two parties with language clearly explaining in the documentation that no consideration is needed for the transfer. This type of property transfer can be used when gifting family members or charitable organizations. For this agreement to be deemed a legally valid document, the gift deed will need to have a full description of the property (including a reference to the plat and where it can be located (Ala. Code 35-4-65), the grantor's and grantee's full names and marital status, and the right of survivorship. It will also need to be notarized and recorded in your county's probate office.
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