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A grant deed can be used to transfer title to real property in Pennsylvania. This deed must comply with the statutory regulations for a conveyance of real property.
Through the use of the words "grant and convey" or either one of said words in a conveyance of real property, the deed will contain an express covenant to the grantee that the grantor was seized of an indefeasible estate in fee simple to the property conveyed, free from encumbrances done or suffered by the grantor, and also for quiet enjoyment against the grantor, his heirs, and assigns unless limited by express words in the deed (21 P.S. 4). A grant deed may also pass after-acquired title.
A grant deed must be signed and acknowledged by the grantor or grantors before it can be recorded (21 P.S. 42). A deed can be acknowledged in Pennsylvania before a judge of a court of record, a clerk or deputy clerk of a court having seal, a recorder of deeds, a notary public, or a justice of the peace (21 P.S. 291.2). A grant deed that has been acknowledged, whether in Pennsylvania or elsewhere, must have a certificate of acknowledgment by an officer under seal (21 P.S. 46). Acknowledgements taken in a state other than Pennsylvania will be valid as if the deed had been made, acknowledged or proved, in the proper county where the land is situated. A deed that has been executed and acknowledged out of state must be proved and acknowledged in the manner consistent with 21 P.S. 41.
A duly acknowledged or proved grant deed should be recorded in the county where the property is located. Every deed that is not acknowledged or proved and recorded will be fraudulent and void as to any subsequent bona fide purchaser, mortgagee, or holder of any judgment, duly entered in the recorder of deed's office in the county where the land is located, without actual or constructive notice, unless such deed is recorded before the recording of the deed or conveyance or entry of judgment under which such subsequent purchaser shall claim (21 P.S. 351). The legal effect of recording a deed is to provide constructive notice to subsequent purchasers, mortgagees, and/or judgment creditors of the parties to the said agreement (21 P.S. 357).
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