Real estate in Indiana is transferred by deed. There are several types of deeds, and this is the preferred deed form for a buyer to receive.
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A Warranty Deed transfers title of real property from one party to another with promises, or warrants, that the seller holds legal title to the real estate free from defects in the title. Virtually every deed type includes exclusions from the warrants, such as real property taxes, easements of record and the like. A Warranty Deed places obligations on the transferor, because the transferor is promising that there are no other title defects, such as an unrecorded easement.