A bargain and sale deed does not warrant against any encumbrances. It does imply that the grantor holds title to the property. Since it does not warrant good title from the grantor, the grantee could be in trouble if title defects appear at a later date. This type of deed is used frequently in tax sales and for foreclosure actions. As with the special warranty deed, other warranties can be conveyed in a bargain and sale deed if they are specifically stated.