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Ohio Quit-Claim Deeds by Real Estate Attorney

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Real Estate Attorney Explains Quit-Claim Deeds and Provides Example

Real Estate law firm, Valente Law has a real estate attorney on staff to help clients with Quit-Claim Deeds.  This article explains what Quit-Claims deeds are, and our Quit-Claim Deed Attorney provides an actual example form.  Check out our helpful real estate law page for more information on our real estate lawyer services.  We are accepting new clients in our Hudson, OH Real Estate Law Firm office at 77 Milford Dr., Suite 226, Hudson, Ohio 44236.Quit-Claim Deed Attorney Gives Form

What is a Quit-Claim Deed?

Quit-Claim Deeds are a type of deed where the person transferring the property (the Grantor) does not make any promises regarding the title of the property to the buyer (the Grantee).  On the other hand, warranty deeds include a promise from the Grantor that it is transferring good legal title to the Grantee.  Quit-Claim Deeds are commonly referred to as Quitclaim Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, or mistakenly referred to as quick claim deeds.

Laws Governing Quit-Claim Deeds:

Ohio law covers the different forms of transferring real estate in Ohio.  All default rules of property transfers apply to Quit-Claim Deed transfers.  Be sure to call us to speak with our real estate attorney who can serve as a Quit-Claim Deed Attorney for you.

Quit Claim Deed Form

Here is an actual example of a Quit-Claim Deed form showing the way the Quit-Claim Deed is drafted.  WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO SEEK LEGAL COUNSEL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE THIS FORM ON YOUR OWN – FOR EXAMPLE ONLY.  This warning is important because the form looks straight forward, but getting it all correct requires technical legal knowledge.

 

 

Quit-Claim Deed

Ohio Revised Code §5302.11

            KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT [GRANTOR], the Grantor, who claims title by or through instrument recorded in ____________________ of the __________ County, Ohio Recorder’s Office, for the consideration thereunto given, and specifically for the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00) received to his full satisfaction of [GRANTEE], the Grantee, whose tax mailing address will be ____________________________________ does:

GIVE, GRANT, BARGAIN, REMISE, RELEASE AND FOREVER QUIT-CLAIM unto the said Grantee, its heirs and assigns, all right, title and interest as said Grantor has in and to the following described premises:

[INSERT LEGAL DESCRIPTION]

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the above premises, with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, unto the said Grantees, and their separate heirs and assigns forever.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Grantor has hereunto set his hand on ______________.

                                                                              GRANTOR:

_________________________________

[GRANTOR]

STATE OF OHIO                 )

                                                ) SS:

___________ COUNTY     )

BEFORE ME, a Notary Public in and for said County and State, personally appeared [GRANTOR], the above named Grantor, and acknowledged that he did sign this instrument and the same is his free act and deed.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal on _______________________ .

(SEAL)

_________________________________

NOTARY PUBLIC

This Instrument Prepared By:

______________________

______________________

______________________

______________________

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