When you use a Colorado Special Warranty Deed for a real property transfer, you offer the grantee protection of the title from the claims arising only during your period of ownership. The Colorado Revised Statutes contain a statutory form for this type of deed, which can be found in Section 38-30-113(1b). According to it, a Special Warranty Deed must include the identifying information of the involved parties (names and addresses), the description of the real property that is being conveyed, the amount of the consideration paid, and other details. Additionally, the deed shall be duly acknowledged (38-30-126; 38-35-103) and recorded in the county where the real property is located (38-30-136(1)).
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