Use this document when a death certificate is required to change the ownership status of real property and the original death certificate is not available. The affiant is an individual who personally reviewed the actual document and swears, under oath, to the accuracy of the information provided on the affidavit.
Deeds.com Florida Affidavit of Death Certificate Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday May 7, 2019
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Thomas D. said: Can I use this for easement in gross ? Like to grant cousins easement to use river front property with riparian rights ?
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Select County where the property is located.