If you decide to transfer your property, you will have to get bogged down in paperwork for a while. One of the documents that accompany this deal could be the Quitclaim Deed.
Deed form shows that you are relinquishing the property rights and transferring them to another person. In this case, you will act as the Grantor while the other person is the Grantee.
The peculiarity of this record is that it does not guarantee that the Grantor has any rights to this property. Therefore, this document is usually drawn up when transferring property within the trusted group, for instance, from one family member to another or used when presenting real estate to someone close.
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Before transferring or selling your property and real estate to someone, it is highly recommended to study the law of the state to which the transaction and the property itself apply. Below we take a look at the laws in the state of Washington.
In Washington state, this form is governed by several provisions of State Law:
In general, it is recommended that you study the entire Chapter 64.04.
According to the laws mentioned above, all deeds must be stated in writing. They must be signed before a notary public. Quitclaim deeds must be signed by the party bound thereby.
As in most states, this form is subject to mandatory registration with the County Recorder’s Office. Registration requires some payment.
Washington State has some specific format requirements for this form.
On the first page of the document, leave a top margin of three inches.
At the beginning of the document, put a cover sheet where you specify this information:
You will need to pay some fees when preparing this form:
You can use our form-building software to complete this document. In this case, you can be sure that your paper is drawn up correctly without wasting time looking for a sample or building a document from scratch.
Please use our instructions when filling out the form.
1. Fill in the Cover Sheet
The first page requires you to specify the contact information:
2. Sign the Document
The person who fills out and sends the document must sign it. But then you will also need the signature of the Grantor and a notary public, including their addresses.
3. Indicate Where the Property is Located
After signatures and addresses, specify the county where the property is located. Write this after the words “STATE OF WASHINGTON.”
4. Send the Document
Send the document to the Washington County Recorder’s Office in the county where the property is located. Do not forget to pay the fees.
Other Quitclaim Deed Forms by State