Grant Deed Apostille – Legalization – Authentication

Grant Deed Apostille and Authentication Service

What is a grant deed?

According to Investopedia, a grant deed is a “legal document used to transfer ownership of real property. A grant deed contains the name of the person or entity transferring the property (the grantor); the legal description of the property being transferred (i.e., lot number, tract number, city, county and state); and the name of the person or entity that the property is being transferred to (the grantee). The grant deed shows that the title has not already been granted to another person.”

How do I get my grant deed apostilled or authenticated?

This process can be confusing, so if you’d like to talk to us live, please give us a call at +1 (415) 655-9455.

1. Email us for a price quote.

Pricing varies depending on what country it’s going to, your location, the turnaround time needed, and the shipping destination. For a quick price quote, send an email to [email protected] with the following information:

  • Your name, address, and phone number
  • The name, address, phone number, and email address of the recipient (if you’d like us to ship it to a third party)
  • The destination country
  • A statement about whether the document is already notarized or needs to be notarized

We will respond with a price quote ASAP.

If the destination country has signed the Hague Apostille Convention, then we will just need to obtain an apostille from the California Secretary of State. If the destination country has not signed the Hague Convention, we will need to obtain an additional legalization from the destination country’s consulate or embassy (and possibly an apostille from the US State Department).

2. Get the grant deed notarized.

The grantor must sign the document in front of a notary public. If the grantor is in San Francisco, we can meet them and notarize the grant deed at no extra charge.

3. Get the grant deed to us.

If we notarize the document, we’ll simply take it with us. If someone else notarizes it, you can send it to our office:

SF Notary + Apostille
315 Montgomery Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104

Please include a check or money order made out to “AMN SF” or call us at +1 (415) 655-9455 to arrange credit-card payment.

4. We’ll take it from there.

We will obtain an apostille from the Secretary of State in Sacramento. For non-Hague countries, we can also obtain legalization from the relevant consulate or embassy (and US State Department, if needed). We’ll let you know what’s required when we send you the price quote.

We will ship the apostilled grant deed to you or directly to a party in the receiving country via FedEx Priority.

 

That’s the whole process of apostilling a grant deed. Questions? Please email [email protected] or call +1 (415) 655-9455.

Disclaimer: Information on this website is for informational purposes only. SF Notary + Apostille is not a law firm, and its agents are not attorneys. Please contact a licensed attorney or your local bar association for counsel on legal matters.
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