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A grant deed is a type of real estate deed that can be used in Tennessee to transfer title to real property. A grant deed must meet the statutory requirements for a conveyance of real property. A grant deed contains some of the usual covenants of title. This type of deed falls between a quitclaim deed and a warranty deed. In a grant deed, the grantor warrants that (1) he/she has not previously conveyed the estate being granted and (2) he/she has not encumbered the property except as may be noted in the deed. A grant deed typically conveys the grantor's after-acquired title.
A grant deed must be authenticated in order to be recorded with a county recorder in Tennessee. To authenticate an instrument, the grantor is required to sign the deed and have his/her signature acknowledged or proved by two subscribing witnesses (66-22-101). If the person executing the warranty deed resides in Tennessee or is within the state, the deed can be acknowledged before the county clerk, a legally appointed deputy county clerk, a clerk and master of chancery court of a county in the state, or before a notary public within the state (66-22-102). Any of the aforementioned officers taking acknowledgments shall have a certificate of acknowledgment attached to the deed being recorded (66-22-107). An out-of-state acknowledgment will be valid in Tennessee if executed and acknowledged according to the laws of such state where acknowledgments were taken (66-22-103). A certificate of acknowledgment is also required for out-of-state acknowledgments.
In order to be effective against third parties, a grant deed must be acknowledged by the grantor or proved by two witnesses upon oath, and registered with the register of deeds in the county where the land lies (66-5-106). A grant deed that has not been recorded as required will be effective only between the parties to the deed and their heirs and representatives (66-26-101). The act of recording provides notice to the public; and the document will take effect after being recorded (66-26-102). A grant deed that is registered first or noted for registration first will have priority over a deed of an earlier date but is noted for registration afterwards, unless it is proved in a court of equity, according to the rules of the court, that the party claiming under the subsequent instrument had full notice of the previous instrument (66-26-105). Deeds pertaining to property that is located partly in two or more counties may be recorded in either county; and if a deed pertains to several tracts of land lying in different counties, it should be registered in each of such counties where any of the tracts lie (66-24-103).
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