As there are many different Deed structures, the original deed must be carefully examined to determine the authority available to transfer the property.
The new deed should also be examined to determine how the property was transferred, by seeing how the grantor was listed.
All deeds which transfer property must be recorded with the county recorder or register of deeds to be effective. Copies of filed deeds are available for public inspection (either on-line or in person at the recorder’s office).
You may wish to review the Standard Legal Law Library posting, “HOW TO USE QUITCLAIM, WARRANTY AND SURVIVORSHIP DEEDS” for an overview.
To create a new revised Deed without the expense of an attorney, see Standard Legal’s Quitclaim Deeds legal forms software.
For advice specific to any personal legal questions, Standard Legal always recommends you consult an attorney; you can find one for FREE at Standard Legal’s Attorney Find page.