Looking for a Quit Claim Deed?
Common uses for a quit claim deed:
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Transfer ownership without making any warranties as to your interests or rights in the property.
Securely transfer ownership of a property through a deed that contains certain guarantees.
Review and Update
You should be able to obtain the legal description of your property from the County Register or Recorder (often online). The legal description of your property may also be found on your land title, tax assessment information, or in your mortgage agreement.
In order for a contract to be enforceable, each party must give something of value. If the buyer (i.e. the grantee) is receiving a property for free, the deed will say that the seller (i.e. the grantor) received $1.00. In contract law, this is known as giving "nominal consideration."
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In most states, your property deed will be considered effective and executed once it has been both signed by the grantor and also delivered to, and accepted by, the grantee. Some counties require that the grantee sign as well, but most don't.
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Although it's not always required, filing your property deed is highly recommended. By recording your completed deed as soon as possible, you gain legal protection from potential adverse claims by other parties.
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