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17 Responses to FREYEday funnEEZ

  1. Den says:

    Sorry, not funny:

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  2. Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

    I looked at the copy of the deed, it doesn’t say much of anything on it. In the transfer of the builder to us, all it says is: Convey(s) and Warrant(s) to Robert A. Mayor and Carol A. Mayor Husband & Wife…..

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    • Den says:

      If a deed is intended to be a general warranty deed, it should contain a phase specified by state law such as the phrase “conveys and warrants”. These words, called operative words of conveyance, carry with them several warranties which the grantor is making to the grantee. LINK

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  3. Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

    Michigan is NOT a community property state.

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  4. Micki says:

    On the home I’m residing in, we (now I) have a Statutory Warranty Deed. On a property we (now I) hold title to in the State of Oregon, I also have a Statutory Warranty Deed.

    Carol…what do you mean the deed doesn’t say much of anything on it…? It must say “something” other that it conveys…warrants

    A deed is legal document that conveys in interest in real property from one person to another. The basic requirements for a deed in Washington are simple: it must be in writing, contain a legal description of the property, be signed by the grantor, and the grantor’s signature must be notarized. The legal description is a specific way of describing the property and distinguishing it from any other parcel of property. Washington law is very strict about the requirement of a legal description. An address is not sufficient, nor is a tax parcel number. To be enforceable, a deed must contain either a “metes and bounds” description (a description of the property prepared by a surveyor) or a “lot, block, and plat” description (a description of the property referring to a prior plat recorded in the county records).

    Although many types of deeds are possible, most conveyances in Washington are done with one of three deeds specified by statute:

    Statutory Warranty Deed (or just Warranty Deed)

    A statutory warranty deed conveys the property together with certain specified covenants from the grantor to the recipient. By using a this deed, the grantor promises the transferee (1) that he or she is the owner of the property and has the right to convey it, (2) that no one else is possessing the property, (3) that there are no encumbrances against the property, (4) that no one with a better claim to the property will interfere with the transferee’s rights, and (5) to defend certain claims regarding title to the property. Warranty deeds are commonly used in purchase transactions where the buyer wants assurances as to the title of the property.

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    • Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

      Yes, there is a description of the property, “Beginning at a point distant South 1 degree….”

      Our old address, the address of this place and signatures from the sellers, a notary and that signature, the name and address of the place we got the mortgage and no signatures from Bob and I. Most of the paper is empty, not a really busy thing to have to read. It’s very simple. It’s very to the point, not like mortgage papers that no one can read.

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  5. Den says:

    Continued dryness here, no wind, just after I put my bugout stuff away for the year, hope some idiot doesn’t start any fires here.
    Merry Flaming X-mas, ouch!

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    Still foggy; some of it froze to the ground. So a slow 15 minutes to the Hillside Cafe for a salmon dinner.

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  7. Den says:

    Evil Uber Kittens:

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  8. Micki says:

    Well! There you have it! No wonder we are f**ked in the drive-thru:

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