Quit Claim Deed Forms

A Quit Claim Deed is a legal document used for transferring real property from one individual to another. It is most often used for dealings in which the parties are well acquainted with one another, such as among family members or close friends. A Quit Claim Deed, unlike Special or General Warranty Deeds, offers no protection for the buyer of the real estate. It is this reason that the majority of situations in which the deed is used is for $0 transactions, such as the inclusion of a family member onto the deed, or to resolve a title defect.

Quit Claim Deeds by State

What is a Quit Claim Deed?

[What is its purpose]

How a Quit Claim Deed Works

How to File a Quit Claim Deed

Quit Claim Deed FAQ

– Is a Quit Claim Deed Safe?

– Can a Quit Claim Deed be Revoked?

– Can a Loan be Obtained with a Quit Claim Deed?

– Can a Quit Claim Deed be Filed After Death?