In Washington, DC, the person who oversees the administration of a decedent's estate is called a personal representative. Among a personal representative's duties may be selling a decedent's real property to pay the estate's debts or to equally divide proceeds among heirs.
Use a personal representative's deed of sale to convey title to real property to a purchaser pursuant to the terms of a decedent's will or court order following petition. The deed conveys title with special warranty, covenanting that the personal representative has maintained the title in the same status as when the decedent died.
Consult an attorney with questions about using a personal representative's deed of sale, or any other issues related to probate in Washington, DC.
District of Columbia Personal Representative's Deed of Sale
Deeds.com District Of Columbia Personal Representatives Deed of Sale Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday February 1, 2019
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January 6th, 2019
Name: Brenda B.
Review: Excellent transaction.
Reply from Staff on January 6th, 2019
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February 16th, 2019
Name: Lindsay B.
Review: The form was easy to fill out. The only problem I had was on the Notary page I live in a different state than the property and I couldn't change the name of the state or county where the notary had to sign.
Reply from Staff on February 16th, 2019
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December 27th, 2018
Name: Angelique A.
Review: Very helpful and quick customer service. Highly recommended
Reply from Staff on December 27th, 2018
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