This Quitclaim Deed form is used to convey an interest in real estate. A Quitclaim Deed does not include any promise or guarantee by the person making it (i.e. the Grantor) about the nature or quality of that interest, or even if any interest exists at all. This type of deed may be useful in cases where a party is unable to transfer a fee simple estate or make promises about the title. Among others, this form includes the following key provisions: * Consideration paid: A record of the valuable consideration paid should a dispute arise; * Grantor’s and Grantee’s name and address: To locate the parties to the deed; * City and County where property is located: Describes the property with specificity; * Signature of parties: Binding them to the deed; and * Notary Acknowledgment: Notarization will make it more difficult for any third party to challenge the validity of the Deed and will allow the Deed to be recorded as a public record. This attorney-prepared packet contains: 1. Instructions and checklist for Quitclaim Deed 2. Missouri Quitclaim Deed State Law Compliance: This form was designed for use in Missouri.
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