are typically used to transfer property between people who are familiar with one another and who have an established, trusted relationship.
dates, was able to match release documents (usually quitclaim deeds
In conclusion, it is easy to see that a seemingly simple request for a quitclaim deed
triggers many pitfalls and traps.
The quitclaim deed
shows that the two are trying to keep their financial affairs separate after their split.
The divorce decree awarded Wife the real property and ordered Husband to execute a quitclaim deed
When title is conveyed by a quitclaim deed
, the seller makes no warranty to the buyer.
Appellant argued that, by inserting quitclaim deed
into the first element, without a finding by the jury that the quitclaim deed
qualified as a writing described in the applicable statute, the District Court directed a verdict on an element of the crime.
If purchased, the purchaser whether by a straight purchase or by lease with option to purchase, shall at closing accept a quitclaim deed
pursuant to Florida Statutes 125.411; and 8.
Then, last summer, that deed restriction was eliminated after the county asked the state to sign a quitclaim deed
on the property, opening it up for other uses, Dunning said.
When John picks up his individual income tax return, he mentions to his tax adviser that he is planning to have the corporation execute a quitclaim deed
next year (Year One) to transfer A to him.
* In 2017, the city administrator and attorney researched its ownership, and concluded that the state never accepted the 1994 quitclaim deed
. And contrary to what Alderman Dave Brown's late father, former Mayor Robert Brown, told him, there's no evidence there was a deal for the state to take the dam in 1975, they said.
After several months, the taxpayer was unable to continue making monthly contributions to the partnership and transferred his interest in the partnership by quitclaim deed
to another partner when his capital account in the partnership was negative.