Michigan - Oakland County Quit Claim Deed Form
All Oakland County specific forms listed below are included in your immediate download:
Quit Claim Deed Form - Oakland County
Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
Included document last updated 5/10/2018
Quit Claim Deed Guide - Oakland County
Line by line guide explaining every blank on the form.
Included document last updated 5/2/2018
Completed Example of the Quit Claim Deed Document - Oakland County
Example of a properly completed form for reference.
Included document last updated 5/7/2018
*Michigan and Oakland County supplemental forms are included as a courtesy with your order.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How long does it take to get my
- Forms are available
immediately after submitting
- What are supplemental forms?
- Often when a deed is recorded additional documents are required by the state or local jurisdiction. These could be tax related, informational, or even as simple as a coversheet.
Supplemental forms are provided
for free with your order where
- How do I get my forms, are they
- After you submit payment you
will see a page listing the
forms you ordered with a
download link to the pdf form
file. You download the forms to
your computer. You will also
receive an email with a link to
your download page in case you
need it later.
- What type of files are the
- All of our forms are PDFs.
You will need to have or get
Adobe Reader to use our forms.
Adobe Reader is free software
that most computers already have
- Can the forms be re-used?
- Yes. You can re-use the
forms for your personal use. For
example, if you have more than
one property in a given county
that you need to transfer you
would only need to order our
forms once for all of your
properties in that county.
- Are these forms guaranteed to be
recordable in Oakland County ?
- Yes. Our form blanks are
guaranteed to meet or exceed
all formatting requirements set
forth by Oakland County including
margin requirements, content
requirements, font and font size
- Do I have to enter all
of my property information online?
- No. The blank forms are
downloaded to your computer and
you fill them out there, at your
- Can I save the completed
form, email it to someone?
- Yes, you can save your deed
form at any point with your
information in it. The forms can
also be emailed, blank or
complete, as attachments.
- Do I need any special
software to use these forms?
- You will need to have Adobe
Reader installed on your
computer to use our forms. Adobe
Reader is free software that
most computers already have
- Are there any recurring
- No. Nothing to cancel, no
memberships, no recurring fees.
Areas covered by these Quit Claim Deed Forms:
- Auburn Hills
- Bloomfield Hills
- Commerce Township
- Drayton Plains
- Hazel Park
- Huntington Woods
- Keego Harbor
- Lake Orion
- Madison Heights
- New Hudson
- Oak Park
- Pleasant Ridge
- Royal Oak
- South Lyon
- Union Lake
- Walled Lake
- West Bloomfield
- White Lake
What is the Michigan Quit Claim Deed?
A quitclaim deed in Michigan must be duly signed, sealed, and acknowledged by the grantor in order to operate as a conveyance in fee simple to the grantee, his heirs, and assigns (MCL 565.151). In the words of conveyance, provide a legal description of the real property as well as the consideration exchanged for the property (MCL 565.151). The name and address of the person who prepared the instrument must also be listed on the first page (MCL 565.201a). Section 565.201 of the Michigan Compiled Laws outlines formatting and content requirements for quitclaim deeds executed in the state. Further, it is important to include a statement of the marital status of any male grantors involved in the conveyance. A register of deeds in Michigan can refuse a quitclaim deed for recordation if this information is not provided (MCL 565.221).
The act of recording a quitclaim deed with a register of deeds places it in the public records. An unrecorded quit claim deed is void as against a subsequent purchaser, in good faith and for valuable consideration, of the same real estate whose conveyance is first recorded. The fact that the first recorded deed of the same real estate is a quitclaim deed does not affect the question of good faith of each subsequent purchaser, or be of itself notice to the subsequent purchaser of any unrecorded conveyance of the same real estate (565.29).
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Notice: You are ordering blank forms, NOT a copy of your existing deed.