Idaho Trustee Deed
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Trustee Deed for Real Estate Located in Idaho
The Idaho trustee's deed conveys property out of a trust. This type of deed is named for the person executing the instrument rather than the type warranties it contains. The trustee's deed is a modified fee simple deed, and contains only the covenants stated in I. C. 55-612.
The deed names the trustee as the grantor and the name and date of the trust under which the trustee is acting. A certificate of trust under I.C. 68-115 is sometimes used in conjunction with transactions by a trustee.
As with all instruments of conveyance in Idaho, the grantee's full name and mailing address is required in the granting clause (I.C. 55-601). To delineate the specific parcel conveyed, the legal description of the real property must appear on the conveyance. All acting trustees need to sign the deed in the presence of a notary public before it is submitted for recording in the county in which the real property is situated.