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. What is happening is that both he and you have an INTEREST in the deed. He is granting his interest to you. Hence, he is the 'grantor' and you are the 'grantee.'
Also please note a special warranty deed is normally used for sales. I am not sure of your current situation, but, if he is simply gifting his interest to you, it may be more prudent to use a quitclaim deed (here
A special warranty deed comes with a lot of guarantees from grantor to grantee such as clarity of title, etc. It is mostly used for sales. A quitclaim deed is a quick transfer of interest without any warranties. It is mostly used in gifts. However, either will transfer the interest over to you completely in the end, so it really makes no difference - I just wanted to let you know.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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