Quit-Claim Deed and Foreclosure?

Answer A quit-claim deed formally transfers a debtor's interest in a property to a new debtor. The deed may only transfer interest the debtor has and cannot grant the new debtor full ownership if any loan... Read More »

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What is the difference between a deed without warranty& a quit-claim deed?

A deed is executed anytime property ownership changes. Deeds may or may not provide a warranty that the land is free and clear of any liens or other owners. Deeds without warranty and quit-claim de... Read More »

What is the difference between a quit-claim deed&a warranty deed?

There are two distinct classifications of deeds in real estate transactions: warranty deeds and quit-claim deeds. Both are used for transferring interest in real property, however, the situations f... Read More »

Is a deed without warranty the same as a quit claim deed?

A deed without warranty is not the same as a quit claim deed. A deed without warranty is a deed to a property that establishes ownership but does not guarantee that there are no liens or encumbranc... Read More »

How to Get a Quit Claim Deed?

A Quit Claim Deed (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Quick Claim Deed) is a document that transfers title to real estate, or real property, from one party to another. Quit Claim Deeds are general... Read More »