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Indiana Transfer on Death Deed Revocation

Use this form when the land owner wishes to completely cancel a previously recorded transfer on death deed. A revocation of transfer on death deed allows the owner to formally revoke the future conveyance and enter that change in the public record.

According to IC 32-17-14-16, there are two primary ways to revoke a transfer on death deed in Indiana:

If the real estate owner (grantor) decides to change the beneficiary or modify the way in which beneficiaries will hold title to the property when the owner dies, he/she simply completes and records a new transfer on death deed with the updated information.

If the land owner wishes to completely cancel a previously recorded transfer on death deed, a revocation may be a better idea. A properly executed revocation of transfer on death deed allows the owner to formally revoke the future conveyance and enter that change in the public record.

Deeds.com Indiana Transfer on Death Deed Revocation Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Wednesday January 16, 2019

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Indiana Transfer on Death Deed Revocation Form