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A grant deed can be used to convey title to real property in Ohio. This type of deed must meet statutory requirements for a conveyance of real property.
In a real estate deed in Ohio, "grant" is a sufficient word of conveyance and no covenant is implied from the use of this word in a deed (5302.03). A grant deed typically contains some of the usual covenants of title. The grantor warrants that (1) he or she has not previously conveyed the estate being granted, (2) that he or she has not encumbered the property except as may be noted in the deed, and (3) that he or she will convey any after-acquired title. A grant deed does not contain the same warranties of title as a warranty deed.
In order to be recorded with a county clerk, a grant deed needs to contain the grantor's original signature. The signing should be acknowledged by the grantor before a judge or clerk of a court of record in Ohio, or a county auditor, county engineer, notary public, or mayor, who should certify the acknowledgment and subscribe their name to the certificate of the acknowledgment (5301.01). All deeds that have been executed and acknowledged or proved in another state in conformity with the laws of such state or in conformity with the laws of Ohio are valid as if executed within Ohio (5301.06). A Statement of Value and Receipt or Statement of Reason from Exemption from the real property conveyance fee must accompany the deed presented for recording.
A grant deed should be recorded in the office of the county recorder in the county where the property is located. Until a deed is recorded or filed, it is fraudulent insofar as it relates to a subsequent bona fide purchaser having, at the time of purchase, no knowledge of the existence of the former deed (5301.25). When an instrument is recorded in the office of the county recorder, it will provide constructive notice of the content to all persons.
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