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Colorado Personal Representative Deed of Sale

In Colorado, the person approved or appointed by the probate court to administer a decedent's estate is called a personal representative. The personal representative has a fiduciary duty to settle the decedent's estate.

Through a power of sale granted in a will, a specific direction in a will to sell real property, or a court order, the personal representative may dispose of the decedent's real property through statutory sale. Use the personal representative's deed of sale to convey real property to a purchaser.

The personal representative's deed does not warrant against title defects preceding the appointment of the personal representative.

Additional documents, including letters of administration or letters testamentary, may be required. Consult an attorney with questions regarding the probate process and personal representative's deeds in Colorado.

Deeds.com Colorado Personal Representative Deed of Sale Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday March 19, 2021

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Colorado Personal Representative Deed of Sale Form