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Affidavit of Deed
Affidavit of Deed
In general, a real estate deed must be delivered to and accepted by the grantee(s) to be properly executed or valid. Since most states do not require the grantee’s signature on a deed, the grantor may find it difficult to prove delivery and acceptance. With the Affidavit of Deed form, grantors in a transaction can verify the date of the completed conveyance and protect themselves from future claims or questions when applying for Medicaid or other asset-based benefit programs.

 
 
 
Affidavits
An affidavit is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an affiant. Such statement is witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant's signature by a notary public.

The affidavit forms here are used to attest to statements and situations related to real estate deeds.