A quit claim deed or deed form allows for the transfer of property from one individual to another without any guarantee as to the transferring person's interest, according to Nolo. It transfers whatever interest a person... More »

A quit claim deed is when a person transferring property makes no guarantees regarding his interest in the property, explains LegalZoom. Unlike a warranty deed, where the seller warrants his interest in the title, a quit... More »

Websites such as LawDepot.com and RocketLawyer.com have templates of quit claim deeds that users can customize and download. These websites provide state-specific, step-by-step instructions that allow users to fill in th... More »

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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 quit claim deed is when a person transferring property makes no guarantees regarding his interest in the property, explains LegalZoom. Unlike a warranty deed, where the seller warrants his interest in the title, a quit... More »

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 o... More »

Someone may need to file a quit claim deed when the transfer of property is a gift, or when a joint owner wants to transfer his interest in the property to the other owner, explains SF Gate. A quit claim deed does not wa... More »

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