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					                                     Quit Claim Deed

I, ______________, of _____________, _______, the grantor, for and in consideration of one
dollars ($1), receipt of which is hereby acknowledged conveys and quitclaims to
________________ of ________, ________, all interest which I (we) have, if any, in the following
described real estate:
______________________________________________________________


______________________________________________

Dated: ______________________, 20____________

Witnesses:

______________________________________________
Name:

______________________________________________
Name:

Before me, the undersigned notary, ______________ acknowledged before me that
______________ executed this warranty deed as their free act and deed, and that the witnesses
stated above witnessed at the request of ______________ the execution of this deed intending to
be bound thereby.

_______________________________________________
Notary
My Commission Expires on:
                                      Quit Claim Deed
                                           Review List

This review list is provided to inform you about this document in question and assist you in its
preparation. The Quit Claim Deed should be notarized and filed with the appropriate local registry
of deeds.

   1. Make multiple copies. Give one to the signatory and the recipient should keep one with
      the appropriate file after recording it with the local registry of deeds.

				
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