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Florida Trustees Deed

Trustees use this form for a trustee to transfer real estate out of a Florida living trust or land trust, or in a foreclosure situation. It meets the same content requirements as a standard warranty or quitclaim deed, but also includes relevant details about the trust, and any other information needed for the transfer.

This type of conveyance is named for the person using the form -- the trustee -- who stands in for the beneficiary of the trust and holds title to the property. Trustees act according to the terms of the trust, and under the direction of the trustor, also called the settlor, grantor, or donor (the person or entity who transferred the assets into the trust). In some situations, the trustor may also serve as the trustee. Note that when signing trustee's deeds, the trustee must identify him/herself as trustee and include the full name of the trust.

After the trustee executes the form, record it in the real property records of the county where the land is situated to provide public notice of the change in ownership.

Deeds.com Florida Trustees Deed Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday September 20, 2019

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Florida Trustees Deed Form