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Arizona Affidavit of Death

Arizona Affidavit of Death Information

To redeem the land conveyed under an Arizona beneficiary deed, the named beneficiary must submit specific documentation to the recorder for the county where the deed was originally recorded. In general, this includes an official copy of the owner's death certificate and a copy of the recorded beneficiary deed. When a completed affidavit of death form accompanies these documents, the beneficiary formalizes the information within the context of a sworn statement.

Include an affidavit of death when recording the documents necessary to claim the interest in real property conveyed under an Arizona beneficiary deed.

Deeds.com Arizona Affidavit of Death Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday December 28, 2021

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