A California Warranty Deed is a legal instrument used to outline the details of the property sale and purchase with the maximum amount of warranties from the previous owner to the new one. This way, you can be sure the property is not burdened with liens and third parties will not bother you with their claims and demands. The parties must execute the contract in compliance with the California Civil Code - make sure the agreement contains the word "grant" that transfers the title, acknowledge the intent to name the new owner before a public officer, and register the deed by presenting it to the county clerk.
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