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WARRANTY DEED THIS INDENTURE, made this _____ day of February, 2012, between Alicia R. Carpenter, Grantor, and Karen T. Draper, Grantee, whose post office address is 3214 Benton Blvd., Kansas City, KS 66105-2843. WITNESS, for and in consideration of the sum of EIGHTY-SEVEN THOUSAND and 00/100 DOLLARS ($87,000), Grantor does hereby GRANT to Grantee, all of the following real property lying in the County of Wyandotte, State of Kansas, and described as follows, to wit: Lots Fifteen (15) and Sixteen (16), Block Sixty-three (63), Original Townsite of Kansas City, Kansas, SUBJECT TO mineral conveyances, easements, special or improvement taxes and assessment, rights-of-way, and reservations of record. (THIS DEED IS IN FULFILLMENT OF THAT CERTAIN CONTRACT FOR DEED ENTERED INTO BY AND BETWEEN THE SAME PARTIES ON THE DATE HEREOF.) And the said Grantor for herself, her heirs, executors and administrators, does covenant with the Grantee that she is well seized in fee of the land and premises aforesaid and has the right to sell and convey the same in manner and form aforesaid: that the same are free from all encumbrances, except assessments for special improvements which have not been certified to the County Treasurer for collection or installments of special assessments, and the above lands and premises in the possession of said Grantee, against all persons lawfully claiming or to claim the whole or any part thereof, the said Grantor will warrant and defend. WITNESS, the hand of the Grantor. _______________________________________ Alicia R. Carpenter STATE OF KANSAS County of Wyandotte On this _____ day of October, 2012, before me, a notary public for said County and State, personally appeared Alicia R. Carpenter, to me known to be the person described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that she executed the same as her free act and deed. _______________________________________ Boyd H. Fraser Notary Public Wyandotte County, Kansas My Commission Expires August 21, 2015…...

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