The Quit Claim Deed is used to transfer ownership of real estate from one party to another. This type of deed is most often used when the property is being given as a gift. The quit claim deed offers ZERO protection to the buyer (or receiver). The deed simply transfers whatever rights the holder has to the property.
Quit claim deeds are seldom used in transactions between parties who do not know each other. They are generally used in situations where the parties are related or co-own the property and one person is transferring their portion to the other. In most situations, a quit claim deed is best suited for use in a transaction in which there is little to no doubt about existing ownership, or a written document is needed to clear the title.
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