<p>The General Warranty Deed provides the highest level of protection for the buyer. There are significant covenants or warranties conveyed by the grantor to the buyer/grantee.</p><p>The Special Warranty Deed doesn&#39;t provide as much protection for the buyer as does the general warranty deed. The grantor provides fewer warranties.</p><p>With the Bargain and Sale deed, the buyer gets <a href="https://www.thebalance.com/encumbrances-in-real-estate-defined-2866599" data-inlink="4ha6bY3ZEUQwqkOM0qnH-w&#61;&#61;" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">no protection from encumbrances</a>. This deed type has very specialized uses.</p>The Quitclaim Deed provides the least protection for the buyer of the four main types. Its uses are very limited.