Quiz 10 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 10 Cumulative...

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Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 10 Cumulative Quiz 1. What is the name of the document the government uses to transfer property to a private party? A. Grant deed B. Living trust C. Patent D. Quitclaim deed C 2. All of the following are requirements of a valid deed except: A. it must be in writing B. it must be signed by a competent grantee C. it must be signed by a competent grantor D. it must include words of conveyance B 3. What is the name of the document that gives a person the authority to sign a deed (or other document) on another person's behalf? D. Power of attorney 4. A grantor must declare before a public official that her signing of a document is voluntary. This is known as: B. acknowledgment 5. In regards to a deed, which of the following would not be a valid form of delivery? A. Giving the deed to the escrow agent B. Giving the deed to the grantee's guardian C. Giving the deed to the grantee's real estate agent D. Issuing instructions that the deed is to be delivered upon the grantor's death D 6. A valid deed requires: A. the signature date
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course REAL 12 taught by Professor Haynes during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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Quiz 10 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 10 Cumulative...

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