Deed Without Warranty

A Deed Without Warranty is a document that transfers title without any warranties, express or implied, as to any subjects. This type of instrument is the lowest form of deed in Texas. A sample conveyance clause is detailed below:

Sample Conveyance Clause

Grantor, for the Consideration and subject to the Reservations from Conveyance and the Exceptions to Conveyance, grants, sells, and conveys to Grantee the Property, together with all and singular the rights and appurtenances thereto in any way belonging, to have and to hold it to Grantee and Grantee's heirs, successors, and assigns forever, without express or implied warranty. All warranties that might arise by common law as well as the warranties in section 5.023 of the Texas Property Code (or its successor) are excluded.

Why Use This Type of Deed?

In some cases such as properties purchased at a tax sale or inheritance properties with title issues, a grantor might be unwilling to warrant title fully via stronger deeds. In other cases, a grantor might be unsure of what type of interest he owns in a property if any interest at all. It is wise to consult a real estate attorney about the use of Deeds Without Warranty in Texas. Feel free to use the form below to request a free consultation or call our office during regular business hours.