A Hawaii Special Warranty Deed is a legal document that individuals can use when they want to transfer the title of ownership of real property. This type of deed implies that there are no outstanding claims arising from the ownership of the current grantor, however, it does not guarantee that there are no issues that could be a result of the actions of previous owners. If a warranty deed is used to transfer real property to two or more grantees, it will create estates in common, unless otherwise is specified in the deed (§509-1). According to the Hawaii Revised Statutes, any deed in this state shall be duly acknowledged and recorded (Title 28, Chapter 502, Part V (Acknowledgments; Proof of Instruments)).
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