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Georgia Quit Claim Deed

In the state of Georgia, there is no statutory form for quit claim deeds. Instead, O.C.G.A § 44-5-30 states that a deed conveying land must be in writing, signed by the grantor, and witnessed by at least two people, one of whom may be the notary or other official who acknowledged the grantor’s signature. In addition, it must be delivered to the grantee and should include a statement about the consideration (usually money). O.C.G.A § 44-5-33 declares that it must contain enough information that the intention to transfer title is clear. One good way to start is with the correct heading—in this case, "Quit Claim Deed." Finally, O.C.G.A. § 44-5-61 asserts that in "a sale of land there is no implied warranty of title." This foundational assumption is useful for quit claim deeds, because they offer the grantee no protection against future claims.
 
 
 
Official Georgia Quit Claim Deed Forms
Official Quit Claim Deed Form