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Washington Quit Claim Deed

When presenting a quitclaim deed to the county auditor in the state of Washington, it is required to be in writing, signed by the parties bound to it, and acknowledged by a person who is authorized to take acknowledgments. Additional formatting requirements will apply to a quitclaim deed. If a quitclaim deed that relates to community or separate property includes a description of real estate that is described by lot and block or addition or plat, it will not be admitted to record until the plat of such an addition has been made a matter of record (RCW 65.04.30).

In order for a quitclaim deed to be valid against a later buyer who purchases the same property in good faith and for a valuable consideration, it must be recorded with the county auditor in the county where the property is situated. The priority of a quitclaim deed is determined by the order of recording. In the state of Washington, the moment a quitclaim deed is filed for record, it is considered recorded.

Deeds.com Washington Quit Claim Deed Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday February 15, 2019

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February 7th, 2019

Name: Roy Y.

Review: I paid for and received the form for a Quit Claim Deed. Hoping it is the form I need to complete my transaction. Thank you for making it possible to obtain the form I was in need of.

Reply from Staff on February 7th, 2019

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January 4th, 2019

Name: Lisa G.

Review: Rec'd downloads for quitclaim deed process in Florida. Recorded with the clerk of courts today and the form was done perfectly--she had no changes to make. Well worth the money--thanks

Reply from Staff on January 4th, 2019

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February 1st, 2019

Name: Deborah C.

Review: I would recommend these forms to others.

Reply from Staff on February 1st, 2019

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Washington Quit Claim Deed Form