- The seller owns the property
- The seller is legally able to sell the property
- The seller has not already sold it
- The property is free of debt
However, a Grant Deed does not provide a guarantee to the buyer against any possible problems with the property. If you need to warranty against problems with a property, a Warranty Deed or Special Warranty Deed might be right for you.
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