quitclaim deed


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Related to quitclaim deed: Warranty deed, Special Warranty Deed

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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contain warranty deeds or quitclaim deeds (or some combination of both).
The OCC noted that while there was precedent in the Fifth Circuit that a federal tax lien would attach to property if a quitclaim deed conveying the property was not registered before the lien was filed, there was conflicting precedent from the First, Eighth, and Tenth Circuits stating that a lien would not attach in such a situation.
The quitclaim deed shows that the two are trying to keep their financial affairs separate after their split.
When John picks up his individual income tax return, he mentions to his tax adviser that he is planning to have the corporation execute a quitclaim deed next year (Year One) to transfer A to him.
PCH obtained the Quitclaim Deed at the final closing and is now concentrating on its financing in order to drill its first well by August of this year.
The Company received a final quitclaim deed from the Optionors confirming the transfer of title to the mineral claims.
After several months, the taxpayer was unable to continue making monthly contributions to the partnership and transferred his interest in the partnership by quitclaim deed to another partner when his capital account in the partnership was negative.
MMI has received a quitclaim deed from Noranda Minerals Corp.