Individuals can fill out a New Hampshire Special Warranty Deed when they want to shift their real property. This deed offers more protection than a quitclaim deed since it provides the grantee with two warrants: the grantor owns the property, and the property was not encumbered during that period of ownership. For this deed to be deemed valid in the state of New Hampshire, it must be signed by the grantor (or their attorney), acknowledged before a justice, or notary public, or commissioner, and recorded in the county where the real estate is located (477:1; 477:3; 477:3-a). Do not forget to include the mailing address of the grantee in your deed, as it is required under Section 477:3 of the statutes.
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