There was a deed in 2002 that purportedly transferred real property to a buyer. The buyer was an LLC which appears to have been owned by a single person. The buyer paid for the property. Then in 2004, the validity of the 2002 deed was questioned, and the seller executed a new deed to a natural person who was purportedly the owner of the LLC. The 2004 deed said that the property was transferred for "$10 and good and valuable consideration", but there is no evidence of any consideration except the money previously paid in 2002. I say that the 2004 deed is void, because of lack of consideration. Am I right on this?Thank you to all who answered. To Mr. Russo, the 2002 deed was a warranty deed; the 2004 deed was a quitclaim deed. I don't know the reasons why the 2002 deed was questioned, but the LLC was in administrative dissolution when the property was deeded to it in 2002, and there were no articles of dissolution on record.