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Limestone County Quit Claim Deed Form

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Quit Claim Deed Form - Limestone County
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Quit Claim Deed Guide - Limestone County
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Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
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Completed Example of the Quit Claim Deed Document - Limestone County
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RT-1
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This is a required form due at the time of filing. The form, called the “Real Estate Sales Validation Form” and labeled “Form RT-1” is to be signed by the grantor, grantee, owner or agent, and requires, in addition to other basic information, the total purchase price, the actual value, or the assessor’s market value of the property.

Non-Resident Withholding Forms
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This Form is for Non-Resident Transfers, this includes, Individuals, Trusts, Partnerships, Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships, and Unincorporated Organizations. This Package includes all the information and Forms that the State of Alabama Requires regarding a Non - Residence Transfer of Real Property.

*Supplemental forms (forms other than the actual deed form) are provided as a courtesy with your order.
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For a quit claim deed form to be valid in Alabama, it must meet specific statutory requirements.

Content:
The conveyance must be in writing on paper or parchment, and signed or marked by the grantor or an authorized agent and must also include the name, address, and marital status of the grantor (Ala. Code § 35-4-20 et al). If the grantor is married, but the property is only owned by the spouse transferring ownership, the grantor’s signature alone is sufficient for a legal conveyance. However, both spouses must sign the document if the land conveyed includes designated homestead property, regardless of the other spouse’s ownership status. Non-homestead transfers require a recital stating that the property conveyed is not the grantor’s homestead. In addition, deeds must contain a complete legal description of the property; a reference to prior recording if available; the grantee’s name, address, and vesting information; a statement identifying the name and address of the individual who prepared the deed (Ala. Code § 35-4-110, 113); and a witness statement or acknowledgement by a notary or other individual authorized to take oaths. If the grantor can write, the acknowledgement is sufficient, but if the grantor cannot write, an additional witness is required.

NOTE: because Alabama quitclaim deeds offer no warranty of title, the warranty clause section of the deed should not include the words “grant,” “bargain,” or “sell,” because they contain implied warranties (Ala. Code § 35-4-271). Instead, it should read “quit claim and convey,” “remise, release and quit claim,” or other such language that clearly shows the grantor’s intent to convey his or her interest in the real property, but nothing more.

Recording:
By law, any document conveying ownership in real property must be recorded with the probate judge in the county wherein the land is situated (Ala. Code § 35-4-50). Recording is important because it enters the transaction into the public record, which provides formal notice of the change of title, protects the most recent owner, and preserves the clear chain of title. If a conflict about ownership of property arises, a later owner who recorded a conveyance will triumph over an earlier owner with an unrecorded document. Moreover, a clear chain of title makes it easier to re-convey the property at a later time.

The statutes specifically state that there is no requirement to recite the actual consideration paid in the text of the deed (Ala. Code § 35-4-34). However, as of August 1, 2012, Alabama enacted Ala. Act 2012-494. This requires disclosure of the actual purchase price of the property or the actual value of the transfer, using the Real Estate Sales Validation Form, in accordance with Ala. Code § 40-22-1. No deed may be recorded without submitting the form and paying the associated tax.

Be aware that counties often require unique formatting, additional information, tax forms, or other documents before the quit claim deed may qualify for recording.
 
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Limestone County Quit Claim Deed Guide Page 1
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Limestone County Completed Example of the Quit Claim Deed Document Page 1
Completed Example of the Quit Claim Deed Document Page 1 | Limestone County Alabama

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Completed Example of the Quit Claim Deed Document Page 2 | Limestone County Alabama

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Said: had everything I needed thank you.

8 out of 10 on 04/20/14

Said: form was helpful so far no problems. Items were clear. seems borderline expensive for what it is but it did make things easier.

8 out of 10 on 04/19/14

Said: This was easy and straight forward. Now if the bureaucrats in Volusa County accept my submittal Ill be all set!

10 out of 10 on 04/19/14

Said: hapy with the forms no issues.

9 out of 10 on 04/15/14

Said: Downloaded the Quit Claim Deed for and they automatically showed me to download another form to fill out to have my ex sign. Had both forms done in less than 2 hours and done have my divorce paperwork to the courthouse. If you havent ever filled out the forms then the instructions make it easy to do!

10 out of 10 on 04/14/14

Said: I would reccomend these forms to others.

9 out of 10 on 04/12/14

Said: A local atty wanted to charge $265.00 to prep and record a deed. I did it for under $50.00! Glad I found this site. Extremely easy, anyone can follow your directions.

10 out of 10 on 04/10/14

Said: I needed a quit claim deed for my county and the process of obtaining one was simple. Thank you.

10 out of 10 on 04/09/14

Said: The instruction and completed example really helped to understand the forms. The example was not perfectly specific to my situation but I doubt that they could make an example for every situation but it was close enough to show me the concept and point me in the right direction. Very good product I would recommend this to anyone.

10 out of 10 on 04/09/14

Said: The problem that I had was there were no one that I could call to answer question on filling out the form

10 out of 10 on 04/07/14

Said: The forms worked perfectly! They were easy to understand using the examples they gave and it was so easy to download! I will use this website again!

10 out of 10 on 04/07/14

Said: I was confused about the 4 areas of signature name capacity at the bottom just before the notary signs. I had to call to see if that needed to be filled out or whether I should have others present.

8 out of 10 on 04/06/14

Said: First I was given wrong information by the first representative at the title company so I have possibly purchased something I cannot use. (Not the fault of Quit Claim Deed Forms however more scenario information or details regarding the forms on the site would be helpful.) Second I used this site to purchase this form specifically for Polk County expecting it to be partially completed with the Polk County information. However I believe that it is simply the form that is required by Polk County. More clarification of what is being purchased is needed on your website. Thank you.

8 out of 10 on 04/05/14

Said: The form was on the money and accepted without hesitation. The instructions were lacking in one important regard the Mortgage Division of the Orleans Parish Civil District Court where Quit Claim Deeds are filed is not on the fourth floor of City Hall. It moved to Poydras Street SIX YEARS AGO. Also the process starts on the fifth floor at the Notarial Archives Division (with its own fees) before proceeding to the Mortgage division (with the fees listed on the Civil District Court web site).

7 out of 10 on 04/03/14

Said: Filling out a special warranty deed on my own is really easy to do! I simply had to follow directions and in no time the form was ready for me to submit.

9 out of 10 on 04/03/14

Said: Form was easy to understand and use.

10 out of 10 on 03/29/14

Said: EASY! My bank Notary was free and new Deed was processed the same day I filled out your form.

10 out of 10 on 03/29/14

Said: The example form was a big help..Thank you

10 out of 10 on 03/26/14

Said: forms were great except for the ground water hazard disclosure. I am not sure if the correct form is included. I found the correct form on the county website. Other than that the quitclaim deed was easy to fill out!

8 out of 10 on 03/25/14

Said: I was able to complete the Quitclaim Deed and have it notarized without too much difficulty however appurtanances thereto in did not come out the way I wanted. I wanted it to read thereto in the City and County of Denver. The space and wording could not be changed to allow this phrase.

8 out of 10 on 03/24/14

Said: Very easy to order just wish it would have come with more information as to how to full out correctly. Thank You

8 out of 10 on 03/24/14

Said: No Comment Left

10 out of 10 on 03/24/14

Said: the quit claim was easy to understand and fill out. i would of gave it a 10 but it does not come filled out with all the information i needed. all and all will use it again if i have to.

9 out of 10 on 03/24/14

Said: thank you!

10 out of 10 on 03/22/14

Said: They recorded them without any issues.

8 out of 10 on 03/22/14

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