TEXAS: can I add this 'as is' language to a general warranty deed in Texas without...
Asked Feb 20, 2012, 08:19 PM
... voiding it, or hurting it in some way?
"The Property is conveyed and accepted "AS IS," in its present physical condition, with all faults and defects, known or unknown, and without warranties, express or implied, except for warranties of title as may be expressly set forth and limited herein."
I am an individual, not a business or corporation or trust. Just another John Doe selling a vacant lot to Bob McCoy. Title is good, no worries there. But I am not familiar with the history of the land except to say that rednecks lived there for a little less than a century, so I am looking to cover my butt.