If you want to sell your real property and provide the buyer only with warranties against anything that happened during your ownership, you can use an Alaska Special Warranty Deed. The Alaska Statutes does not contain a statutory form for this kind of deed, however, some of its provisions can inform you on how to complete your deed. So, to be legitimate in this state, your Special Warranty Deed shall be signed and sealed by the grantor who must be of lawful age, or by their lawful agent, or by their attorney (34.15.010). In addition to this, any deed in Alaska must be acknowledged before an authorized person a list of which can be found in Section 09.63.010 or proved following sections 34.15.210, 34.15.220.
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