Uniform Conveyancing Forms
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- You may see a list of all forms, using this link view a list of available forms (.pdf).
Overview of Categories
Deeds - 10 Series
Includes: Warranty Deeds, Limited Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Deeds for Trustees, Personal Representative Deeds, Deeds for Conservators, and Transfer on Death/Revocation.
Mortgages - 20 Series
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.
- Contracts for Deed - 30 Series
Includes: Contracts for Deed, Contracts for Deed Addenda, Assignments of Contracts for Deed, and Cancellation of Contract for Deed. more
Liens and Encumbrances - 40 Series
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
Affidavits - 50 Series
Includes: Closing Affidavits, Affidavit of Identity, and Special Use Affidavits
Foreclosure - 60 Series
Includes: Notice of Pendency, Notice of Foreclosure Sale, Foreclosure Record, and Notices.
- Probate - 70 Series
Includes: Probate Deed and Related Documents, Court Orders and Decrees, and Medical Assistance Documents.
Marriage-Divorce - 80 Series
Trusts - 90 Series
Power of Attorney - 100 Series
Cancellations - 110 Series
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.