Q: i live in pennsylvania my dad lives in north carolina he wants to tranfer a deed into my name can we do that in pa
A: The Deed needs to comport with the State in which the land lies. So hire an attorney to draft the Deed in that State and County where it will be recorded.
Nellie T Schulz agrees with this answer
Mr Avery has provided you perfect advice.
I would add only that both Pennsylvania and Florida have seen an extraordinary rise in the number of fraudulent deeds, so don’t be surprised if the acknowledgment and recording processes have new, strict rules.
If the property is located in Pennsylvania, you may want to be aware of the fact that its legislature recently passed a new law making its acknowledgment rules stricter. The acknowledgement is a part of the deed which is signed, typically, by a licensed notary public as proof of the identity of the Grantor and as a witness to the Grantor’s actual signing of the deed.
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