The Quitclaim Deed documents the movement of properties from the seller to the buyer or the Grantor to the Grantee.
It is a fairly simple document to write, but not everyone can use it because the document does not guarantee that the Grantor is entitled to transfer this real estate. This process takes place either on trust or between familiar who are sure that Grantor owns the specified property. If this is not the case, then it is advisable to choose another type of deed.
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Let’s refer to the laws of the State of Tennessee that apply to the preparation of this form. We will also highlight the basic requirements you should adhere to if you choose to form this type of deed.
In §66-5-103 (2), the deeds are called “forms of conveyances.” Here you can find some brief statements that you can use in your form.
Tennessee residents have a choice, you can sign the form in the presence of:
Contact the Register’s Office for the rules in your county. In many areas, you will also need to pay a filing fee. After payment, the Register’s Office employees will register your document and return it with their mark.
Follow our instructions to fill out the form.
1. Provide Details of the Person Filling Out the Form
At the very top of the document, after the words “prepared by,” specify the details of the person filling out the document and where it will be returned after registration. You should write:
If the address where the document should be returned differs from that of the person filling it in, then enter some data by adding “After Recording, Return To.”
2. Fill in the Data in the Text
Next, you need to enter the following information:
3. Describe the Property
Give the definition of the property being transferred:
4. Sign the Form
Sign the paper and also give it to two witnesses or a witness and a notary public, who also fill out the document. They should write the county where the property is located, the name of the grantor, the date, their names, and affix their signatures. The notary public must also indicate when their commission expires.
5. Register with the County’s Office
Submit the document along with the tax fee (if required) to the Register’s Office.
After registering, they will send the marked form to the specified address.