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Minnesota - Roseau County Transfer on Death Revocation Form

All Roseau County specific forms listed below are included in your immediate download:


Roseau County Transfer on Death Revocation Form Page 1

Transfer on Death Revocation Form - Roseau County

Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
Included document last updated 4/16/2019


Roseau County Transfer on Death Revocation Guide Page 1

Transfer on Death Revocation Guide - Roseau County

Line by line guide explaining every blank on the form.
Included document last updated 4/9/2019


Roseau County Completed Example of the Transfer on Death Revocation Document Page 1

Completed Example of the Transfer on Death Revocation Document - Roseau County

Example of a properly completed form for reference.
Included document last updated 4/4/2019


*The Following Minnesota and Roseau County supplemental forms are included as a courtesy with your order.


Certificate of Real Estate Value

Certificate of Real Estate Value

Buyers of real property must file this form if its sale price (or other consideration) is more than $1,000. Effective October 1, 2014, the Minnesota Department of Revenue will no longer accept the paper Certificate of Real Estate Value (CRV). Instead, the e-CRV is being implemented as an electronic replacement to the four-part paper CRV form. Transfer documents almost all require the electronic CRV and, if submitted with a paper CRV, will be rejected and required to be resubmitted with an e-CRV. Please consult the guidelines posted here for a specific list of documents.


Deed Tax

Deed Tax

Form 1 may be used to document your claim for an exempt or minimum tax transfer. This form lists 27 transfer tax exemptions. Form 2 is used if transfer tax is due and must be submitted within 30 days. Note: In the absence of a qualifying reason, deed tax must be based on at least the fair market value of the property being conveyed. The “full” deed tax rate is .0033 (.0034 for Hennepin and Ramsey counties).


Mortgage Registry Tax

Mortgage Registry Tax

Form MRT1 may be used to document your claim for an exemption from mortgage tax or the basis of your tax. The mortgage registry tax rate is .0023 of the amount of the debt being secured (.0024 for Hennepin and Ramsey counties).


Well Disclosure Certificate

Well Disclosure Certificate

Prior to signing an agreement to sell or transfer real property, the seller must always disclose in writing the location and status of all wells on the property to the buyer, along with the legal description and county of the property, and a sketch map showing the location of each well or indicate there are no wells on the property. This form comes with instructions. If there is no well, this form does not need to be completed.


Well Disclosure of Grantee in Deed

Well Disclosure of Grantee in Deed

A form for the grantee (buyer) to acknowledge if there is a well on the property. This form can only be recorded as attachment to the deed.


Affidavit Regarding Seller by Individual(s)

Affidavit Regarding Seller by Individual(s)

This affidavit must be signed and notarized and may be needed if the seller(s) must declare certain facts about the property that is being conveyed.


Affidavit Regarding Purchaser by Individual(s)

Affidavit Regarding Purchaser by Individual(s)

This affidavit must be signed and notarized and may be needed for the purchaser to state knowledge of certain facts regarding the property.


Notary Certificates

Notary Certificates

The supplemental forms in this section can be used as loose certificates by notaries in the state.


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Areas covered by these Transfer on Death Revocation Forms:

  • Roseau County

Including:

  • Badger
  • Greenbush
  • Roosevelt
  • Roseau
  • Salol
  • Strathcona
  • Swift
  • Wannaska
  • Warroad

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What is the Minnesota Transfer on Death Revocation?

Minnesota's transfer on death deeds are governed by Minn. Stat. 507.071.

Transfer on death deeds offer an excellent alternative for people who wish to designate a beneficiary for their real estate, while remaining outside the complexity of the probate process. Life is unpredictable, however, and the grantor owner of the property might wish to change or revoke the previously recorded transfer on death deed. The same statute covering the deed also includes a section about revoking it (subd. 10).

There are several ways to revoke a transfer on death deed in Minnesota:

1. Complete and record a statutory revocation form (subd. 25). This is the source for the general revocation form. The statute states that a transfer on death deed "may be revoked at any time by the grantor owner or, if there is more than one grantor owner, by any of the grantor owners. To be effective, the revocation must be recorded in the county in which at least a part of the real property is located before the death of the grantor owner or owners who execute the revocation." The revocation is not effective . . . until the revocation is recorded in the county in which the real property is located.

2. Minnesota transfer on death deeds allow grantor owners full use of and control over the property to be conveyed. If the grantor owner who executed and recorded a transfer on death deed decides to convey the same property to a third party using anything "other than a transfer on death deed, all or a part of such grantor owner's interest in the property described in the transfer on death deed, no transfer of the conveyed interest shall occur on such grantor owner's death and the transfer on death deed shall be ineffective as to the conveyed or transferred interests, but the transfer on death deed remains effective with respect to the conveyance or transfer on death of any other interests described in the transfer on death deed owned by the grantor owner at the time of the grantor owner's death."

3. "If a grantor owner executes and records more than one transfer on death deed conveying the same interest in real property or a greater interest in the real property, the transfer on death deed that has the latest acknowledgment date and that is recorded before the death of the grantor owner upon whose death the conveyance or transfer is conditioned is the effective transfer on death deed and all other transfer on death deeds, if any, executed by the grantor owner or the grantor owners are ineffective to transfer any interest and are void." (subd. 13)

NOTE: a correctly executed, acknowledged, and recorded transfer on death deed cannot be revoked by a will. (subd. 19)

To summarize, once a transfer on death deed is recorded, there are three primary ways to revoke it: a revocation form, conveying the property to a third party by another kind of deed (warranty, quitclaim, etc.), or by executing and recording a new transfer on death deed with a different beneficiary. They may also be invalidated as part of a final divorce decree, but that is part of a different process. To maintain the most clarity in the chain of title (ownership history), however, it makes sense to record a revocation before changing anything else about the status of real estate covered by a transfer on death deed.

Remember that the revocation must be recorded, DURING THE GRANTOR OWNER'S LIFE, in the county where the property is located.

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