What is a bargain and sale deed?

A bargain and sale deed is a deed where the grantor (the person giving the deed) gives to the grantee (the person receiving the deed) all of the rights, title and interests in the property that the grantor has

The grantor provides one warranty to the grantee, contained in the seisin clause

The seisin clause warrants that the grantor owns and has the legal rights to transfer the property to the grantee

The grantor does not agree to defend the title against future claims

A bargain and sale deed is an example of a statutory deed