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Yes, his county of residence goes in the first blank you reference. The second blank you reference, the large one, is large because you could put a lot of information there concerning the specific manner of payment. However, it's easy for you if the payment is cash. "Paid by cash" etc.
Thank you. So where it says "the sum of ($1300) to (blank) in hand paid by (blank)
Sometimes deeds will have complex language there concerning promissory notes, liens, assumptions of existing indebtedness, etc., which is why there's so much space, but if yours is a simple cash transaction, it can just say cash paid by buyer to seller with no liens actual or implied.
would that be HIM paid by OUR NAME
Yes, $1,300 paid by you, the buyer.
Thank you so much! I've stressed a lot over what I thought would be simple
Yes, 1,300 paid to him by you.
That's okay. It can be stressful if you've never done it. It might help your peace of mind to look up some TX deeds online and just review various examples so you have an idea what they look like.
Here's a link to a page that discusses the law regarding deeds generally.
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Hi, it's me again.
I thought I had asked about all I wasn't sure of, but...not.
The last bit: "To have and to hold the above described premises, together with all and singular the rights and appurtenances thereto in anywise belonging unto the said (blank) heirs and assigns forever and (blank) do hereby bind (blank) heirs, executors, and administrators, to Warrant and Forever Defend, all and singular the said premises unto the said (blank) heirs and assigns , against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming, or to claim the same, or any part thereof.
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