Who can file a quitclaim deed?

Answer A quit claim deed can be filed by anyone; a lawyer is not specifically needed. The simple form can be found either online or at a title company. Once completed, the form must be taken to the courth... Read More »

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How to File a Quitclaim Deed in Nevada?

A quitclaim deed is a document that legally transfers interest in real estate from one party to another. The party that is transferring rights is called the grantor and the recipient is referred to... Read More »

How do you file a quitclaim deed for a condominium?

You hire your attorney, and take the appropriate documentation, for example, confirming your ownership, and request that the attorney help you file a quit claim deed with the appropriate department... Read More »

What Is Needed to File a Quitclaim Deed in Florida?

Quitclaim deeds transfer the interest in a property from grantor to the grantee, with no guaranty of a free and clear title. Quitclaim deeds are considered legal documents. They must be filed on re... Read More »

Quitclaim Deed Invalid Due to an Earlier Executed Deed?

An earlier executed deed does not necessarily invalidate a quitclaim deed, yet it can make the quitclaim deed worthless. This is because a quitclaim deed only conveys interest the grantor has in th... Read More »