A blank quit claim deed should include the names of grantor and grantee, the price to the grantee, property description and grantor's signature, notes Law Depot. A quit claim deed is used to transfer real property from one person to another. The form is used between people with a close relationship, such as family members, as there is no warranty or guaranty to the title.
The deed must contain the names of the grantor, the person transferring interest to another person, and the grantee, the party receiving the interest, notes Rocket Lawyer. The grantor and grantee can be individuals or corporations. It also indicates the consideration or price the grantee pays the grantor for the interest. It can be a gift or a small amount such as $1 to $10. The deed must have a legal description of the property and the address of the property.
In some cases, the form needs to include a parcel ID number, which is available on earlier tax statements, states Law Depot. Adding the date of the transfer is also important. For the quit claim deed to be valid, the grantor must sign it before a notary public. The deed is signed and recorded in the local registry office or county clerk, and then sent to the grantee.