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I have a POA and sign a quit claim, I signed the grantors name, didnot put below acting as POA, would that void the filed deed.

Atlanta, GA |

Can I file a corrective deed adding it.

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Don't beleive that is enough to void the deed. Did you provide them a copy of the POA?

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Do you have a specific power of attorney wherein the grantor authorized you to sign to transfer this property? Typically, title companies prefer that the grantor be the actual person who is conveying property. More facts are necessary. Consult an attorney.

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I don't know that it will void the deed but it needs to be corrected so title will vest properly, preferably before you record it.

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