Where was the Deed Acknowledged?

When heirs are selling property after a death, always look to see where the deed was acknowledged. The deed will have to be recorded in the county in which the property was located, but heirs may acknowledge the deed before a local official where they live. That local official will indicate the location in which he was authorized to act as a notary, justice of the peace, etc.

That location can help you to determine where the person was living at the time the deed was acknowledged, even if the deed itself does provide any residential information on the grantors.

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One thought on “Where was the Deed Acknowledged?

  1. Jade

    Also look for recording of the original acknowledgement. It may have a detail that was not copied into the recorded deed’s proceedings.

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