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Quit Claim Deed Form

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  • Meet state statutory requirements for quit claim deed form content
  • Formatted to meet local requirements for recording
  • Can be saved to your computer and re-used
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Each state has its own statutory requirements for quit claim deed forms. These requirements determine the content or text that is in the deed.

Quitclaim deed forms must meet statutory conditions for content and format. In addition, many local recording authorities add requirements for margins, paper size, property identification, and many other details. If a deed form is not in accordance with both the local and state standards, there may be additional fees charged for recording or the form may be rejected altogether.

This type of deed form is most commonly used in transfers of real property between known parties. For example, transfers between husband and wife typically involve completing a quit claim deed form. Life events such as marriage and divorce can bring with them a need for one party to use this form to transfer their rights to the property to the other party. This form generally offers no guarantees or warranties so it is important for the grantee (the party receiving the interest in the property) to know the condition of the title before accepting the quit claim document. Once the document is accepted by the grantee it is considered to be executed and the transfer is completed.
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Said: It seems to me on the form page 2 it has 4 ines for grantor signatures. I believe it should be 2 lines for grantor and 2 lines for grantee. thoughts??

10 out of 10 on 10/25/14

Said: The only thing that kept me from giving a 10 is the fact that the font size cannot be changed...(#10 minimum is the standard)

9 out of 10 on 10/24/14

Said: The form was easy to use & it was just what I needed.

10 out of 10 on 10/21/14

Said: Very simple and quick!

10 out of 10 on 10/21/14

Said: everything went smoothly and I was able to complete the form easily...but it was not a difficult form pretty straightforward

8 out of 10 on 10/20/14

Said: Easment forms worked just as I hoped they would.

10 out of 10 on 10/20/14

Said: This form worked well for me. I also needed to add a certificate of value for the house as well. It would be good to add it to this form for completeness. Thanks.

10 out of 10 on 10/20/14

Said: Wonderful. Easier to fill out this form than I thought it would be.

10 out of 10 on 10/19/14

Said: Was not the correct form for what I was needing to do. County clerk advised using an Affidavit of Heirship to remove a deceased persons name from a deed.

10 out of 10 on 10/18/14

Said: If only everything in real estate could be this easy Thanks!

10 out of 10 on 10/16/14

 
 
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