- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 15. Conveyances
- Section 30. Form of Warranty Deed.
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AS 34.15.030. Form of Warranty Deed.
- (a) A warranty deed for the conveyance of land may be substantially in the following form, without express covenants:
"The grantor (here insert the name or names and place of residence) for and in consideration of (here insert
consideration) in hand paid, conveys and warrants to (here insert the grantee's name or names) the following described
real estate (here insert description), located in the State of Alaska.
"Dated this . . . . . . . . . . day of . . . . . ., 2. . . . . ."
- (b) A deed substantially in the form set forth in (a) of this section, when otherwise duly executed, is considered a
conveyance in fee simple to the grantee and the heirs and assigns of the grantee, with the following covenants by the
grantor: (1) that at the time of the making and delivery of the deed the grantor is lawfully seized of an indefeasible
estate in fee simple to the premises described, and has the right and power to convey the premises; (2) that at the
time of making and delivery of the deed the premises are free from encumbrances; and (3) that the grantor warrants the
quiet and peaceable possession of the premises, and will defend the title to the premises against all persons claiming
the premises. The covenants are binding upon a grantor and the heirs and personal representative of a grantor as if
written in the deed.
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