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Hawaii County Quit Claim Deed Form

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Quit Claim Deed Form - Hawaii County
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Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
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Quit Claim Deed Guide - Hawaii County
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Line by line guide explaining every blank on the form.
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Completed Example of a Quit Claim Deed - Hawaii County
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Example of a properly completed form for reference.
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Conveyance Tax Certificate
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The person subject to the conveyance tax (usually the grantor) must complete and file the Conveyance Tax Certificate, and pay the conveyance tax due to the Bureau of Conveyances no later than 90 days after the date of transaction regardless of whether the document will be recorded or not; otherwise, penalty and interest will be assessed. This form comes with complete instructions.

Exemption from Conveyance Tax
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This Exemption from Conveyance Tax Form is used to request an exemption from the conveyance tax. Depending on the type of transaction, this form must either be (1) submitted to the Department of Taxation, Technical Section for approval of the exemption, or (2) filed directly with the Bureau of Conveyances. This Form comes with instructions that lists the approved exemptions.

Cover sheet for recorded documents
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This is the proper cover sheet used when recording a document in Hawaii.

Cover Sheet for Deregistration of Timeshare
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Use this cover page when recording a conveyance of a timeshare.

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Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS) §13-16-4, 6-8 (2011) defines the information required in quit claim deeds presented for recording in the regular system of land records and HRS §501-101 presents the same requirements for Land Court registration.

All signatures must be original and have the signor’s name typed or printed beneath them. If the signor is known by more than one name, all aliases must be included at each place in the document where their name appears. HRS §13-16-6 states that all documents submitted for recordation must contain a reference to the original book and page or document number. In addition to the grantor’s name, marital status, spouse’s name (if any) and address information, HRS §13-16-7, §501-105 declare that the grantee’s name, marital status, spouse’s name, (if any) and address is also required. HRS §13-16-8 explains that signatures must be notarized. HRS §13-16-18 requires that a metes and bounds description of the exterior boundaries of a parcel or parcels of land presented for registration should be prepared in accordance with HRS § 502-18. HRS §501-108 explains deeds for registered land must also include the certificate number of the land affected by the instrument in addition to the tax map key number.

Recording:
Hawaii’s document recordings for both the regular system and the Land Court are controlled and processed by a central agency: the Bureau of Conveyances.

The regular system operates under a "race-notice" recording statute, HRS §13-16-5. This means that when a deed is recorded, it is entered into the public record with the date and time of recording included as part of the official document. Therefore, a future bona fide purchaser (buyer for value, usually money) who buys property that was previously deeded to someone else who did not record the transaction, would usually prevail in any title dispute because the earlier grantee failed to provide formal notice.

The Land Court system operates under a "race" recording statute—first in time to record prevails in questions of ownership. Registered land conveyances are guaranteed by the State of Hawaii—once the documents submitted for recording are verified, the grantee receives a certificate of title. For this reason, Land Court conveyances are closely examined prior to acceptance.
Some real estate in Hawaii is classified as "dual system," which means that the quit claim deed must be presented for recordation to both the regular registrar and the Land Court.

The following requirements apply to all recording methods:
HRS §13-16-4 details some of the formatting requirements for recorded documents.
• Single-sided sheets of plain white letter sized paper (8½” x 11”).
• Number each page and arrange them in consecutive order, with no fasteners or attachments.
• On the first page, provide the names and addresses of all parties to the quit claim deed (grantors and grantees), the type of document, and the tax map key number.
• The top left 3½” of the first page should be left blank for recording information for the registrar or assistant registrar, and the top right for the registrar of conveyances. Provide a return address, starting 1½” in from the left margin, not exceeding 3½” per line, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for all documents to be mailed after recording.
• HRS §13-16-18 states that the owner is responsible for expenses associated with recording.

NOTE: If recording your deed with the land court, add the following text and information to the end of the property description: "same being registered land, for which Certificate of Title No. ________ was duly issued."

MAKE SURE TO SUBMIT YOUR QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE CORRECT AUTHORITY. (Land Court, regular system, or dual/double system)
 
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Quit Claim Deed Form Page 1 | Hawaii County Hawaii

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Hawaii County Quit Claim Deed Guide Page 1
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Hawaii County Quit Claim Deed Guide Page 2
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Hawaii County Completed Example of a Quit Claim Deed Page 1
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Said: Good form would have like larger space for property desciption so that I would not have had to do two pages of Exhibit A. Filing with county was very fast no problems.

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