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These forms, which pertain to the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien, have been approved by the Commissioner of Commerce, effective May 14, 2007.
They reflect a new numbering and grouping system, better consistency in layout, more instructions and resizing to letter size paper.
Here is an overview of the main categories that the forms are grouped into:
Includes: Warranty Deeds, Limited Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Deeds for Trustees, Personal Representative Deeds, Deeds for Conservators, and Transfer on Death/Revocation.
Includes: Mortgages, Mortgage Addenda, Assignment of Mortgage, Extension of Mortgage, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Partial Release of Mortgage, Documents related to Mortgage Releases by Title Companies, and Mortgage Subordination Agreements.
Includes: Contracts for Deed, Contracts for Deed Addenda, Assignments of Contracts for Deed, and Cancellation of Contract for Deed. more
Includes: Lien Statement, Assignment of Lien, Satisfaction or Release of Lien, Lien-Related Affidavits, Receipt and Waiver of Liens, Lis Pendens, Verified Claims of Unregistered Interest, and Cancellations
Includes: Closing Affidavits, Affidavit of Identity, and Special Use Affidavits
Includes: Notice of Pendency, Notice of Foreclosure Sale, Foreclosure Record, and Notices.
Includes: Probate Deed and Related Documents, Court Orders and Decrees, and Medical Assistance Documents.