Hoonhout, Taking the "Quick" Out of Quitclaim Deeds
, 91 Fla.
"Plaintiff states a plausible claim for breach when she alleges Chase required her to obtain a quitclaim deed
from Arruda prior to the review of her application," Smith wrote.
Individuals who do pay the taxes can be added to the property title by using a quitclaim deed
, allowing them to preserve their deduction.
containing some basic warranty deed language, quitclaim deeds
1948) (quitclaim deed
made one day before grantor got title).
20, 2004) (quitclaim deed
was sufficient to create remainder interests in grantees and reserve life estate in grantor).
You would execute and record a quitclaim deed
, conveying the property from yourself to yourself and your wife as either joint tenants or tenants by the entireties.
4th DCA 1996), John Smith executed a quitclaim deed
naming his daughter, Connie Sargent, as the grantee.
A mortgagee bought the foreclosed property at a sheriff's sale after decedent's death, and appellant's brother conveyed his interest in the property by quitclaim deed
to respondent a few days later.
A quitclaim deed
filed in Los Angeles indicates that it' all a part of a property settlement agreement between the pair, TMZ reported.
In addition, in 1992 the brother and his wife executed a quitclaim deed
to the taxpayers, although they did not record it.
House said Fayetteville Depot LLC had some encroachment issues and had to secure a quitclaim deed
for the property, in addition to having to get a letter of clearance from the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality before purchasing the property.