In Texas, a correction deed is the deed issued to make changes to an erroneous deed. These two instruments are closely linked, and all corrections are effective as of the date of the original recorded instrument (Property Code Sec. 5.030).Continue reading “Filing a corrected deed in Texas (even if the title company has closed)”
Errors in a deed may create uncertainty about the title and cause problems when the current owner tries to transfer the property at a later point. Executing and recording a correction document is an easy way to prevent this.Continue reading “Correcting an Error in a Recorded Real Estate Document”
In order to correct a prior deed on record, use a correction deed, which must be notarized and recorded at the same county agency as the earlier deed. The Alabama correction deed makes specific reference, by execution and recording date, as well as instrument ID or book/page number, to the earlier deed and rerecords it in its entirety. It states the type of error made and adds the corrected information in the respective section of the instrument. All parties who signed the prior deed must sign the correction deed in the presence of a notary.Continue reading “Correcting a Recorded Real Estate Deed in Alabama with a Correction Deed”
Affidavits and Re-recorded Real Property Documents in Utah
An error in a document can be corrected in one of three ways:
- By recording an affidavit.
- By re-recording the document.
- By recording a new document.