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Any deed should be recorded in the land records immediately. See related question link.


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The best policy, is to file a claim, immediately after the injury occurs.

You have 10 days to file a claim with your insurance company.

You will have to check your home owner's policy. It is a contract that you have with the insurance company and will specify how long you have to file a claim.

In Miami Dade it takes a couple of hours of your day to file and about a week to record it on public records. Depends on the County you are filing. Visit if you are filing in Miami Dade.

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As long as the deed is valid, you cannot void a quitclaim deed. You would have transferred your interest to the grantee and you no longer own the property. You would need a deed from the grantee to restore your ownership.

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As soon as a deed is recorded in the land records it gives notice to the world that you are the owner of the property.

As of 2002/2003 10 years, but there are conditions and when you file (at the land registry) the title deed holders will be informed and can challenge your claim.

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A quit claim deed is final as soon as it is signed by the grantor and handed over to the grantee. In order to preserve their interest in the property and notify the world that the property has a new owner the deed should be recorded in the land records immediately.

As long as the deed is valid, no other deed for the property has been recorded and the parties are living then the deed can be recorded. If there have been any other deeds recorded or any of the parties have died you should seek the advice of an attorney before recording the deed.

Your policy requires that you, ''promptly report all accidents'' failing to do so could result in the claim being denied, file it immediately.

A quitclaim deed transfers ownership of property as soon as it is signed and delivered to the new owner. The deed should be recorded in the land records immediately.

Yes as long as the property was not purchased by a family member.

You have 30 days to file a claim. You must have a police report of what missing and the date it happen or when you noticed something

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