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Maine Quit Claim Deed with Covenants

In Maine, the quitclaim deed with covenants includes those covenants generally associated with special warranty deeds. 33 M.R.S. 763-766 define the warranties and covenants associated with non-mortgage conveyances. By incorporating the words "with quitclaim covenants" in the text of the document:
The grantor covenants with the grantee, his heirs and assigns that he will warrant and forever defend the premises to the said grantee, his heirs and assigns forever, against the lawful claims and demands of all persons claiming by, through or under him.

This deed form is valid as-is for use as a special warranty deed in Maine.

Special warranty deeds frequently include other restrictions or covenants, which may be disclosed in the space provided on the form.

Deeds.com Maine Quit Claim Deed with Covenants Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Wednesday September 11, 2019

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Maine Quit Claim Deed with Covenants Form