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California Code, Civil Code - CIV § 1092

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A grant of an estate in real property may be made in substance as follows:

“I, A B, grant to C D all that real property situated in (insert name of county) County, State of California, bounded (or described) as follows:  (here insert property description, or if the land sought to be conveyed has a descriptive name, it may be described by the name, as for instance, ‘The Norris Ranch.’)

Witness my hand this (insert day) day of (insert month), 20___.


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