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Yes, you should be able to do this, although if I were you I would contact your specific county clerk (ask for the real property records office) and ask if there are any specific forms needed for your county. It's possible that you might need another form in your specific county. As far as the conveyance tax is concerned, you're exempt from the state tax (if the conveyance is from parent to child). There could be a municipal tax that is required, and you should ask the clerk about this when you call.
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