Good evening...1) A general warranty deed is a deed in which you warrant that the title is good. 2) A special warranty deed is a deed in which you warrant the title during your ownership...i.e., that you didn't do anything during your ownership that would cause the title not to be good. 3) A statutory warranty deed is a warranty deed that references a particular state statute so that you do not have to put the specific warranty language in the deed. Actually, however, when contributing property to a revocable living trust, one does not use any of these. Rather, a Quit Claim Deed is typically used to transfer the property for this type transaction.
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