Free Quit Claim Deed

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Quit Claim Deeds are commonly used when the ownership of property is transferred without the property being sold. The most popular use of a Quit Claim Deed is to transfer property between family members. A Quit Claim Deed is most often used when no money changes hands in the transaction and no title insurance and title search is needed to complete the sale.

Steps to Filling Out a Quit Claim Deed Form

Quit claim deeds are very easy to fill out and are a simple tool used throughout the United States when transferring real estate. There are seven basic steps to fill out a Quit Claim Deed. They are as follows:

  • Get our Quit Claim Deed form below or pick up one from your local county recorder’s office.
  • Fill in the names and addresses of the seller and the buyer.
  • List some form of consideration to avoid any future problems.
  • Include the legal description of the property.
  • Signatures of both the seller and the buyer are required.
  • Sign the Quit Claim Deed form in the presence of a Notary Public.
  • Record the Quit Claim Deed in your local county recorder’s office. This office could also be called the county clerk, register of deeds or land registry depending on where you live.

Free Quit Claim Deed Form

Free Quit Claim Deed

Quit Claim Deed Form

Feel free to copy and paste the Quit Claim Deed form below to a Word document. You can then tailor it and make changes to suit your needs.



THIS DEED, made this _____ day of ______________, ______between __________________________
_________________________________ (“Grantor”), of the County of _________________ and State of
________________ and _______________________________________________________(“Grantee”)
whose legal address is__________________________________________________________________;

WITNESS, that the Grantor, for and in consideration of Ten ($10.00) Dollars and other good and valuable
consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, has remised, released, sold
and QUITCLAIMED and by these presents does remise, release, sell and QUITCLAIM unto the Grantee,
and the Grantee’s heirs and assigns forever, as ** ________________________, all of the right, title
interest, claim and demand that the Grantor has in and to the real property, together with the fixtures and
improvements located thereon, if any, situate, lying and being in the County of _______________ and
State of _________________, described as follows:

Also Known As: ________________________________________________________________

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same, together with all and singular the appurtenances and privileges
thereunto belonging, or in anywise thereunto appertaining, and all the estate, right, title, interest and
claim, whatsoever, of the Grantor, either in law or in equity, to the only proper use, benefit and behalf of
the Grantee, and the Grantee’s heirs and assigns forever.

EXECUTED AND DELIVERED on the date set forth above.

_____________________________________ ___________________________________

STATE OF: ______________________

COUNTY OF: ____________________

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on __________________________ by


Witness my hand and official seal.
My commission expires: ________________________________
_________________________________ Notary Public

A Quit Claim Deed is a legal document whereby the owner of a parcel of real property, called the grantor or seller, transfers interest to another, called the grantee or buyer. The seller stops, or quits, any interest, or claim, to the property, allowing his or her claim to transfer to the buyer.