There are no different forms. However, completing the forms requires knowledge of the affidavit of time and other necessary documents to affect the transfer of title.
You should speak with an experienced attorney who is familiar with these areas of law.
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The affidavit of title for an executor does differ slightly from the "typical" affidavit of title.
It will include a representation that no state or federal estate taxes are due.
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