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Minnesota Quit Claim Deed

A deed of quit claim and release in Minnesota is sufficient to pass all the estate that the grantor could convey by a deed of bargain and sale (507.06). A properly executed and recorded quit claim deed will convey all right, title, and interest that the grantor has in the described land to the grantee, the grantee’s heirs, and assigns. In Minnesota, a quit claim deed does not extend to after-acquired title, unless specific words adding such an intention are included (507.07). This means that any title acquired by the grantor after the time of execution, such as inheritance of property acquired after a divorce, does not immediately pass to the grantee of the original quit claim deed. No grant or conveyance of land in Minnesota, or an interest in land, will be void for the sole reason that, if at the time of execution, the land was in possession of another person claiming adversely. Minnesota has both Registered and Recorded Land; a quit claim deed in this state can be used for either.
 
 
 
Official Minnesota Quit Claim Deed Forms
Official Quit Claim Deed Form