Deed Types

CodeTitleDescription
AAAssignment of AgreementA transfer of a right or interest in the property often used to transfer interests in a mortgage or contract.
AGAgreement for DeedAn installment contract for the sale of land. The seller (grantor) has legal title until paid in full. The buyer (grantee) has equitable title during the contract term.
AMAdministrator's DeedA conveying instrument used by an Administrator to transfer property from an estate.
CDCorrective DeedCORRECTIVE DEED
CMContract MultipleAn installment contract for the sale of land. The seller has legal title until paid in full. The buyer has equitable title during the contract term.
COContract DeedAn installment contract for the sale of land. The seller has legal title until paid in full. The buyer has equitable title during the contract term.
CTCertificate of TitleA written document stating that the title to a piece of property is legally vested owned by the title holder (the person Coded on the certificate) in the present owner.
EMExecutor MultipleA deed signed by an executor transferring title to a decedent's real property. If not specifically authorized by a testator, the deed may require probate court approval.
EXExecutor's DeedA deed signed by an executor transferring title to a decedent's real property. If not specifically authorized by a testator, the deed may require probate court approval.
FMFee Simple MultipleThe most comprehensive possible ownership interest in real property. Fee simple is freely transferable, inheritable, and potentially infinite in duration.
FSFee SimpleThe most comprehensive possible ownership interest in real property. Fee simple is freely transferable, inheritable, and potentially infinite in duration.
GDGuardian's DeedUsed to convey property of a minor or legally incompetent person.
GMGuardian's MultipleUsed to convey property of a minor or legally incompetent person.
JDJudgementDecision of a court of law.
MMMiscellaneous MultipleThis designation is used for deeds that convey property for Annexations, Affidavits, Liens, and Vacations.
MSMiscellaneous DeedThis designation is used for deeds that convey property for Annexations, Affidavits, Liens, and Vacations.
OTOrder Of TakingDocument by which a government entity acquires real property usually through eminent domain.
PMPersonal Representative's MultipleUsed to transfer real property from the estate to the beneficiaries or purchasers.
PRPersonal Representative's DeedUsed to transfer real property from the estate to the beneficiaries or purchasers.
QCQuitclaim DeedA deed given to convey whatever right, title, or interest the grantor may have, if any, in a piece of real property. The grantor does not warrant that he or she does in fact have interest to the property.
QMQuitclaim MultipleA deed given to convey whatever right, title, or interest the grantor may have, if any, in a piece of real property. The grantor does not warrant that he or she does in fact have interest to the property.
RARelease of AgreementThis designation is used for instruments that release parties from a previous agreement.
RDReceivers DeedRECEIVERS DEED
RMRelease of AgreementThis designation is used for instruments that release parties from a previous agreement.
RWRight Of Way DeedRIGHT OF WAY DEED
SDSheriff's DeedA deed given at a sheriff's sale in foreclosure of mortgage, or given at a court ordered sale, pursuant to the execution of a judgment.
SDMSheriff's MultipleA deed given at a sheriff's sale in foreclosure of mortgage, or given at a court ordered sale, pursuant to the execution of a judgment.
SMSpecial Warranty MultipleA deed in which the grantor warrants the title for the period of time in which he held title, but does not warrant it with regard to previous owners.
SWSpecial WarrantyA deed in which the grantor warrants the title for the period of time in which he held title, but does not warrant it with regard to previous owners.
TDTax DeedAn instrument that provides proof of ownership of real property purchased from the government at a Tax Sale, conducted after the property has been taken from its owner by the government and sold for delinquent taxes.
TMTrustee's MultipleA deed to be executed by a person serving as a trustee in their appointed capacity. A trustee's deed is often used, for example, by a trustee in bankruptcy to sell real property of the debtor.
TRTrustee's DeedA deed to be executed by a person serving as a trustee in their appointed capacity. A trustee's deed is often used, for example, by a trustee in bankruptcy to sell real property of the debtor.
VAVacation of Street or PlatAn instrument recorded in conjunction with the vacation of streets or plats.
WDWarranty DeedA deed in which the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to you. The guarantee is not limited to the time the grantor owned the property - it extends back to the property's origins.
WMWarranty MultipleA deed in which the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to you. The guarantee is not limited to the time the grantor owned the property - it extends back to the property's origins.