quitclaim deed


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Related to quitclaim deed: Warranty deed, Special Warranty Deed
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Noun1.quitclaim deed - document transferring title or right or claim to another
conveyance - document effecting a property transfer
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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The subjects of the Labor Day Parade route resolution was accepted, and a quitclaim deed concerning a road running between Amling's Garden Junction and the Hickory Estates Assisted Living Center was donated to the city.
The husband is advised that the wife must sign a quitclaim deed to the husband to qualify for the mortgage.
In this dispute arising out of the sale of a mobile home park, pro se appellant challenged the District Court's judgment in favor of respondent on appellant's breach-of-contract claim and determination that a quitclaim deed was an acceptable method for transfer of the property.
The three parties signed a corrective quitclaim deed in 2003, granting them title to the property as joint tenants.
The remaining balance is due after bids are accepted by the Lane County Board of County Commissioners and the quitclaim deed is ready for delivery, typically two to four weeks after auction, Turk said.
The Treaty is more like a quitclaim deed, relinquishing property the Russians had controlled.
A quitclaim deed is used when the ownership of property is transferred without being sold.
forms containing some basic quitclaim deed language, and bespoke
But they are named as spouses in a new uncovered quitclaim deed, which is a legal instrument by which the owner of a piece of real property, called the grantor, transfers his or her interest to a recipient, called the grantee, the Daily Mail reported.
The name appearing as the debtor on the UCC financing statement, deed of trust, grant deed, mortgage, easement, quitclaim deed or other instruments or filings, aggregate all knowledge accumulated by the financial institutions to guarantee dead-on accuracy in the documents.
443, 468-69 (1872) (grantee was bona fide purchaser when his grantor handed to him an unrecorded quitclaim deed that on its face eliminated a mortgage on the property).