With an Arizona Special Warranty Deed, a grantor does not provide the grantee with any warranties regardless of previous owners. Nevertheless, the deed contains covenants that the grantor actually obtained a title of ownership, and that the property was not encumbered while the grantor held that title. The Arizona Revised Statutes require all deeds executed in the state to be prepared in writing, signed by the grantor (or their agent authorized in writing), and delivered by them to the grantee (33-401(A)). Additionally, your Special Warranty Deed must be acknowledged before an authorized officer (33-401(B)) and recorded in the county where the real property that is being transferred is located (33-411.01).
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