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Grant Deeds vs. Quitclaim Deeds

The two most common types of deeds are grant deeds and quitclaim deeds.  Both deeds effectively transfer title; […]

Recording Fees Have Gone Up

As of January 1, 2018, California now imposes another fee “at the time of recording […]

Difference Between Grant Deeds and Quitclaim Deeds

Difference Between Grant Deeds and Quitclaim Deeds

When you sell or buy real property, the transfer of that property is executed through […]

How Mistakes on a Deed Can Impact Chain of Title

How Mistakes on a Deed Can Impact Chain of Title

It is not uncommon for an owner of real estate to discover mistakes on a […]

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Effecting Transfer of Real Property – What Deed to Use?

There are many types of deeds that are used when transferring property or title. Below […]

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5 Things to Know about a Transfer on Death Deed (TOD)

On January 1, 2016 Assembly Bill 139 went into effect in California allowing a non-probate […]

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The Difference Between a Void and Voidable Deed

In previous blog posts, Schorr Law discussed the effect of a void deed transferring property in California. […]

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What is an Equitable Servitude?

An equitable servitude is a legal term that is used, in the context of real […]

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Quitclaim Deed Fraud

According to a recent ABA Journal article, some Court clerks are developing methods to deal […]

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