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                             This Quit Claim Deed is a legal instrument by which the owner of real property located in
                             South Dakota transfers his or her interest to a recipient. The owner terminates his or her
                             right and claim to the property thereby allowing their claim to transfer. A quit claim deed
                             contains no title covenant and offers the recipient no warranty as to title. The recipient is
                             entitled only to whatever interest the grantor actually possesses at the time of the transfer.
                             Because of this lack of warranty, quit claim deeds are most often used to transfer property
                             between family members as gifts, in divorce proceedings or in other special circumstances.
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                                       QUITCLAIM DEED

STATE OF South Dakota

COUNTY OF ______________ [Instruction: Insert the County]

THIS QUITCLAIM DEED, Executed this ____ [Month] ____ [Date], 20____ by first party
_________________________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of
grantor], residing at ___________________________________________ [Instruction: Insert
the address of grantor], (hereinafter called “Grantor”) conveys and quitclaims to the second
party _______________________________________________________ [Instruction: Insert
the name of grantee] residing at ______________________________________ [Instruction:
Insert the address of grantee], (hereinafter called “Grantee”) (the words “Grantor” and
“Grantee” are to include their respective heirs, successors and assigns where the context requires
or permits).

WITNESSETH that: Grantor, for and in consideration of _________________ ($___)
[Instruction: Insert the consideration for quitting the claim, e.g., one dollar ($1) and love
and affection] and other valuable consideration in hand paid at and before the execution and
delivery of this document, the receipt and adequacy whereof is hereby acknowledged, by this
document does hereby remise, convey and forever QUITCLAIM unto said Grantee, the below
described tract or parcel of land and all improvements more fully and completely described as
follows:

Address: ________________

Plot: ________Tract: _______ Parcel: ________Block: _________

Plat Book # __________, page___________, Superior Court of ______________.

[Instruction: Insert the Legal Description]

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said tract of land, with all the rights, members and
appurtenances thereof, so that neither Grantor nor any other person claiming under him or her
shall at any time claim or demand any right, title or interest to the said tract of land or its
appurtenances.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantor has signed and sealed this deed, the day and year above
written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

____________________________ (Seal)

Grantor




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Description: This Quit Claim Deed is a legal instrument by which the owner of real property located in South Dakota transfers his or her interest to a recipient. The owner terminates his or her right and claim to the property thereby allowing their claim to transfer. A quit claim deed contains no title covenant and offers the recipient no warranty as to title. The recipient is entitled only to whatever interest the grantor actually possesses at the time of the transfer. Because of this lack of warranty, quit claim deeds are most often used to transfer property between family members as gifts, in divorce proceedings or in other special circumstances.
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