What is a quitclaim deed, and when to use a quitclaim deed?

A quitclaim deed is a fast way to transfer ownership of property, but there are specific occasions where a quitclaim deed is warranted because it offers no protection for the buyer.

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Jenn Morson

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Updated on: May 7, 2024 · 7 min read

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