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What is a Quit Claim Deed?

A Quit Claim Deed transfers whatever ownership interest the signor has in the property to whoever is designated in that deed. This deed does not warrant or guaranty any status of title to the property. It simply conveys the interest of the grantor, if any, at the time of signing. Under this type of deed, the grantor does not even guarantee that he/she owns this property.


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