quitclaim deed

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quitclaim deed

A written instrument whereby the seller conveys only whatever interest he has in property, but makes no warranties or representations as to the nature of that interest or as to the absence of any limitations or restrictions thereon, or even that he has any right to the property at all.
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The IRS Office of Chief Counsel advised a member of the National Taxpayer Advocate Office that a tax lien attached to property that a husband transferred to his wife in a divorce settlement where the quitclaim deed conveying the property was not registered prior to the filing of a Notice of Federal Tax Lien.
Two subsequent quitclaim deeds have been filed to correct errors in the original.