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Does a quit claim deed need to be notarized in front of someone?


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Answered 2007-10-12 15:11:40

Almost certainly. Your local registrar of deeds will have the rules for what must be included in a proper deed (description, location, names of grantors, grantees, source of title to grantors, notarized signatures of grantors, statement of consideration paid, etc).

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