Correction Deed Form - Mathews County
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Correction Deed Guide - Mathews County
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Completed Example of the Correction Deed Document - Mathews County
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*The Following Virginia and Mathews County supplemental forms are included as a courtesy with your order.
Virginia Land Record Cover Sheet (VLRCS)
When recording a real estate deed in Virginia, a bar-coded, cover sheet is required in many counties/cities. This form must be generated online at the Virginia courts website. The information sheet provides a link to the form generator and further instructions. Contact the local office to confirm whether this cover sheet is required.
VA Circuit Court Deed Fee Schedule
This detailed schedule lists amounts by instrument and includes taxes, both due at the time of recording. We advise customers to contact the local court in order to confirm the amount.
Certificate of Transfer
Use this form for protection of assignees or transferees of debts secured by real estate.
The supplemental forms in this section can be used as loose certificates by notaries in Virginia.
Use a deed of correction from the original grantor to amend an error in a previously recorded deed in Virginia.
Errors in a previously recorded deed in Virginia may be cured by a deed of correction from the grantor to the grantee of the original deed. The new document identifies the error by type, the prior deed by date and recording number, and inserts the correct information; otherwise it duplicates the format of the original deed. The deed requires no consideration statement and is exempt from transfer tax. State the exemption on the face of the deed and refer to the relevant Virginia Code.
A deed of correction is most often used for minor mistakes such as misspelled names or variation in name by which the record title holder acquired title and a name by which he holder conveyed title. It can also be used for obvious errors in the property description. For example: errors transcribing courses and distances; errors incorporating a recorded plat or deed reference; errors in listing a lot number or designation; omitted exhibits that supply the legal description of the property.
Correction deeds can help to clarify the manner in which title to the property is held by the same, initially named grantee, but they cannot be used to change the grantee or to add or omit a grantee. Also, do not use a corrective deed to change a greater estate to a lesser estate, for example to transfer ownership to an heir while reserving a right to remain on the property for the remainder of the original grantee's life. In Virginia, the relation back principle is generally applied so that a correction deed is considered to relate back to the date of the first deed which it purports to correct.
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Very easy to use. Liked being able to get a form very specific to our area.
I have never used a form online before for legal reasons. I hope this form is for real and will be legal enough to file with the courthoouse. The forms were easy to download and pretty self explanintory. I didnt use a lawyer I filled them out myself so I hope I did it right.
Easy to understand was able to complete myself
The process was fine. My only questions is what if some of the signatures (on the original deed due to death) are not available - do I need to attach death certificates (They are tennants in common).
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