South Dakota Quitclaim Deed
Instructions & Checklist for Quitclaim Deed
South Dakota (Individual)
[_] This package contains (1) Instructions and Checklist for Quitclaim Deed (2) Quitclaim Deed
[_] The Grantor should date and sign the Quitclaim Deed. Among other things, Notarization will
allow the Quitclaim Deed to be recorded as a public record. Without filing, the Quitclaim Deed
may not be effective against third parties.
[_] Documents referencing land should include a legal description of the land. Verify that the
legal description is correct.
[_] A Quitclaim Deed may require other documents to be filed with it. Please check your local
requirements with your local Recorder’s (or similar) office.
[_] Depending on the type of document, additional requirements may apply. Nonconforming
documents may be returned unrecorded or may be charged additional fees
[_] These forms are not intended and are not a substitute for legal advice. These forms should
only be a starting point for you and should not be used without consulting with an attorney first.
An Attorney should be consulted before negotiating any document with another party.
Recording requested by:
and when recorded, please return this deed and tax
Title Order No.: For recorder's use only
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT:
THIS QUITCLAIM DEED, made and entered into on ___________________, 20_____,
between ____________________________ (“Grantor”) whose address is _________________
__________________________________________ and ________________________________
(“Grantee”) whose address is _____________________________________________________.
FOR A VALUABLE CONSIDERATION, in the amount of _______________________
DOLLARS ($___________) and other good and valu