A quitclaim deed is handled slightly differently from state to state, reports Realtor.com, but in general it needs to include three basic things: the legal description of what is being transferred, date of the transfer a... More »

To file a quitclaim deed in Cook County, Ill., fill out the name and address of the grantor and a description of the property. Have the form notarized, and submit the deed to one of the Cook County Recorder of Deeds offi... More »

When executing a quit claim deed, the sections of the form are filled in with information attesting to the amount, description and transfer of the property, according to TheLawDictionary.org. Quit claim deeds are popular... More »

A quitclaim deed is a deed used to transfer property ownership when no sale is involved, according to Realtor.com, meaning that there is no money exchanged and no title insurance issued in the transaction. A quitclaim de... More »

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In Michigan, a quitclaim deed is used to transfer the grantor's interest in real property. The quitclaim deed can be useful for transferring property expediently without the verification of liens, warranties and ownershi... More »

A quitclaim deed is a legal transfer of real estate ownership, usually between family members, explains Nolo. A quitclaim deed records the names of the parties, the owner or the grantor and the receiver or grantee, gives... More »

Removing a name from a deed requires filing a quitclaim form with the local county clerk’s office. The quitclaim form is the only legal means to remove a name from a deed. A deed of conveyance form is required for adding... More »