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South Carolina Quit Claim Deed

Section 27-5-130 of the South Carolina Codified Laws states that a deed of real estate passes the grantor’s entire interest of the real property described therein to the grantee, unless the quit claim deed provides otherwise. A valid and effectual quit claim deed will carry the fee simple of any land or real estate from one person (the grantor) to another (the grantee). To be valid, a quit claim deed must be executed in the presence of and be subscribed by two or more credible witnesses (SCCL 27-7-10). Any additional warranties or clauses can be inserted into the forms currently in use by South Carolina (27-7-20). A quit claim deed in South Carolina does not contain warranty of title.
 

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