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As previously mentioned, failing to properly title property can cause legal problems, especially in your situation.
Correcting mistakes on a previously filed deed can be corrected by a Scrivener's Affidavit or Corrective Deed. A Scrivener's Affidavit would not be appropriate in this instance. You will want to file a Corrective Deed naming the correct grantee so the Corrective Deed becomes part of the chain of title.
The Corrective Deed should also clearly state the reason and reference the previously recorded Deed. There is no Statute of Limitations to file a Corrective Deed in CA.
The closing agent, title company, or attorney who prepared the incorrect deed can assist you with the Corrective Deed.
A reassessment for property taxes should not be triggered by the filing of the Corrective Deed.
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