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Arizona Affidavit of Surviving Joint Tenant

Arizona Affidavit of Surviving Joint Tenant Information

Complete and record this form, along with an official copy of the deceased joint tenant's death certificate, to formalize the transfer of property rights to the surviving co-owner.

To remove the decedent's name altogether, execute a new deed showing both joint tenants as grantors and only the survivor as a grantee. For example: "John Doe (deceased) and Richard Roe, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, convey to Richard Roe as sole owner." Present the new deed along with the affidavit of surviving joint tenant or submit it for recording on its own at a later date.

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