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Not unless you can prove that the quitclaim deed was executed based on fraud committed by the parties the property was conveyed to.

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Can a warranty deed be reserve by quit claim deed after a death?

No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.No. A warranty deed cannot be reserved by a quitclaim deed. Deeds convey real property.


Uses for quitclaim deed?

A quitclaim deed may be used to convey any interest in real property.


How can you relinquish rights to a property that your husband bought with 2 friends in NC?

Your husband must convey his interest to the co-owners by a quitclaim deed.Your husband must convey his interest to the co-owners by a quitclaim deed.Your husband must convey his interest to the co-owners by a quitclaim deed.Your husband must convey his interest to the co-owners by a quitclaim deed.


How does a quitclaim work?

A quitclaim deed is when the grantor releases all his interests in property by passing any interest, claim, or title in which property he has. The Grantor makes no warranties or covenants for title in a quitclaim deed. The Deed only purports to convey such title as the grantor has.


After signing a warranty deed to one person can they later sign a quit claim deed to another person?

Yes. They are the new owners. They must record their deed in the land records and then they can convey the property to someone else by a quitclaim deed if that type of deed is acceptable to the grantee.Yes. They are the new owners. They must record their deed in the land records and then they can convey the property to someone else by a quitclaim deed if that type of deed is acceptable to the grantee.Yes. They are the new owners. They must record their deed in the land records and then they can convey the property to someone else by a quitclaim deed if that type of deed is acceptable to the grantee.Yes. They are the new owners. They must record their deed in the land records and then they can convey the property to someone else by a quitclaim deed if that type of deed is acceptable to the grantee.


How do you get a property quit claimed?

Real property is transferred by a deed. The owner must convey the property by executing a quitclaim deed to the grantee and then the deed must be recorded in the land records.


What Quit claim deed for joint ownership?

Quit claim deeds are used to convey a persons interest in a property to another person. It can be the person you have a joint ownership with or someone else. You can only convey the interest you have so it depends on how you took title and what kind of ownership you have.


Do the new owners on a title deed revoke a previous quitclaim deed?

The grantees on the most current deed are the new owners. Once an owner transfers their interest by deed they no longer own the property. Their own deed isn't revoked, they simply have no more rights of ownership. Their deed is null and void. In order to perfect your title all the owners must sign the deed transferring the property to you.Your question is somewhat confused. If the prior owner of a property signed a quitclaim deed to someone else, they have already conveyed the property and cannot convey it to you.The grantees on the most current deed are the new owners. Once an owner transfers their interest by deed they no longer own the property. Their own deed isn't revoked, they simply have no more rights of ownership. Their deed is null and void. In order to perfect your title all the owners must sign the deed transferring the property to you.Your question is somewhat confused. If the prior owner of a property signed a quitclaim deed to someone else, they have already conveyed the property and cannot convey it to you.The grantees on the most current deed are the new owners. Once an owner transfers their interest by deed they no longer own the property. Their own deed isn't revoked, they simply have no more rights of ownership. Their deed is null and void. In order to perfect your title all the owners must sign the deed transferring the property to you.Your question is somewhat confused. If the prior owner of a property signed a quitclaim deed to someone else, they have already conveyed the property and cannot convey it to you.The grantees on the most current deed are the new owners. Once an owner transfers their interest by deed they no longer own the property. Their own deed isn't revoked, they simply have no more rights of ownership. Their deed is null and void. In order to perfect your title all the owners must sign the deed transferring the property to you.Your question is somewhat confused. If the prior owner of a property signed a quitclaim deed to someone else, they have already conveyed the property and cannot convey it to you.


Can you get out of a quitclaim deed after you sign it over to someone else?

If you own property and execute a quitclaim deed transferring your interest. You no longer own the property. If the property is subject to a mortgage or if you made the transfer to avoid creditors you have complicated the title and created a problem for yourself but you cannot undo that deed. The grantee in that deed would need to convey their interest back to you. Transferring property that is subject to a mortgage will trigger the "due on transfer" clause. You should consult with an attorney.


Does a quitclaim deed give up mineral rights in a Louisiana property?

Yes, you are giving up any claim. In Louisiana, you MUST state a mineral reservation or it does not exist.It is possible to reserve the mineral rights when using a quitclaim deed to convey property, but you must expressively reserve the mineral rights in the conveying deed.louisiana.ning.com


What is a bargain and sale deed?

This is a means of transferring ("selling") real estate from one owner to another without triggering specific warranties of any kind, although it does appear to convey whatever ownership the grantor actually has, without using the words convey or grant. It is somewhat different from a quitclaim deed in which the grantor does not claim to have actually had any interest in the property, but grants whatever he may have had, if any, to the grantee.


Is is possible to use a quitclaim deed to transfer property when grantor is deceased?

Generally, in the United States, when a person dies owning real property their estate must be probated in order for title to pass to the heirs legally. Once the title has passed legally the heirs can convey the property by a quitclaim deed to a new owner. You should seek the advice of an attorney who specializes in probate.


Can a life estate creator and owner change their mind and get the property back?

No. Once you have conveyed your property and retained a life estate the property has a new owner. They would have to convey the property back to you voluntarily for you to regain ownership.


Should you use a grant deed or a quitclaim deed to transfer property into a living trust?

In certain jurisdictions, a grant deed should be used to transfer property, whether it be to a living trust or otherwise. If the property is in California, a Trust Transfer Deed is the preferable method.In many jurisdictions a quitclaim deed would be fine. It would convey all the interest owned by the grantor. You must check with a local real estate attorney to determine the correct practice in your jurisdiction. Deeds should always be drafted by a professional.


Would a beneficiary Deed to property be legal in the State of Ga?

Generally, in order for title to real estate to pass to the heirs or devisees the estate must be probated. If a person inherited an interest in real estate a quitclaim deed from them would convey their interest in the property IF the estate had been probated. If the estate was not probated then they are not a legal owner of the property and their deed would convey nothing.


Can an irrevocable trust transfer real property by quitclaim deed?

Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.Yes, as long as the trust was properly drafted. Every trust is unique since the trust is created by the trust document. A properly drafted trust document has a provision whereby the trustee has the authority to transfer and convey property. The trustee's deed can be a quitclaim deed. You must review the trust document to determine how property can be sold by the trust.


Can a parent deed his property without signatures of other siblings?

If the parent owns the property they can convey it to the grantee of their choice.If the parent owns the property they can convey it to the grantee of their choice.If the parent owns the property they can convey it to the grantee of their choice.If the parent owns the property they can convey it to the grantee of their choice.


How do you have your ex partner removed from your mortgage?

You would need to negotiate with the bank. It may require that you refinance in your own name. If your ex-partner is also on the deed then they will need to convey their interest in the property to you by a quitclaim deed.


What is the difference between quitclaim deed and grant deed?

A quitclaim deed has no covenants or warranties, the grantor makes no statement or even implies ownership of the property. The deed conveys whatever rights the grantor possesses at the time, If the grantor possesses fee simple title ( full ownership) that will be conveyed to the grantee. If the grantor has no interest, right or title in the property, none is conveyed to the grantee. Quitclaim deeds are used on the most part as a release of interest only, It is consider in Real Estate as the weakest deed to use for conveyance. You will see them used mostly from one family member to another.In a Grant deed, grantors covenant and warrant that (1) they have not previously conveyed the estate being granted to another party, (2) they have not encumbered the property except as noted in the deed and (3) they will convey to the grantee any title to the property they may later acquire. These covenants are fewer than those found in a Warranty Deed. This deed is better than a quitclaim deed but less than a Warranty deed. Your best deed is a Warranty deed, but not all states use them.


Does a Quitclaim deed give you ownership of the property?

Not necessarily, a quit claim deed just assigns all interest from one party to another. I can give you a quit claim deed to the Brooklyn Bridge, assigning you all of my interest in that property. The deed would be legal in that I am assigning all of my interest in the bridge, but you wouldn't have any more interest in the bridge AFTER receiving the deed than you did before, since I do not have any interest in the bridge. If there are other encumbrances against the property, a quit claim deed does not remove those encumbrances and in fact may result in the acceleration of a mortgage repayment, if a current mortgage exists against the property.A Quitclaim deed is often used when people want to change the wording on a deed or to enable the other party to sell the house without needing the signature of anyone else on the deed. I have seen them used to "clean up" the names on a title for the sale of a home or for refinancing. As stated above, the effects of a quitclaim do not eliminate the lien the bank has on the house if the house is not paid for. It does not remove or change the names on the mortgage and those people's responsibility to pay. Clarification:If the grantor on the quitclaim deed owns all the interest in the property in fee then YES you would acquire ownership of the property. If there were any liens and encumbrances you would acquire the land subject to them. In some parts of the country quitclaim deeds are often used to convey real property.


Can a quitclaim deed be invalidated?

If a deed contains errors that are so serious that it cannot convey an interest in real property then that deed is a nullity and will be ignored by professionals who are examining the status of the title. Example of such serious errors would be if the grantor on that deed didn't own the land or if there was no description of any property or title reference on the face of the deed.However, declaring a deed void is not done lightly. An expert must review the deed to make certain it does not convey any interest in the property. Sometimes a deed contains errors that cause a defect in the title and an attorney who specializes in real estate, or a judge, needs to clear the title.A valid quitclaim deed cannot be "undone" without a court order. If the deed is valid the property has been conveyed to a new owner. The only way to get the land back is to get the new owner to convey their interest back to the former owner by a quitclaim deed.


How can I have a son-in-laws name removed from a deed where he no longer lives and has no financial stake in the property?

You cannot remove someone's name from a deed. You would need to persuade your son-in-law to convey his interest to you by a quitclaim deed.


If you live in the state of Maryland and you are on deed and mortgage but friend is on the deed only and you want them off?

Your friend would have to convey her interest in the property to you by signing a quitclaim deed. You cannot "take them off" the present deed. Once your friend has conveyed her interest to you by her deed then you will be the sole owner of the property.


How important is the deed of sale of the land?

Since a deed is the instrument of sale for real property which proves the seller's right to convey and the buyer's right of ownership, it is critical to the sale because it is the buyer's only proof of ownership. It is critical to note that ownership customarily does not pass from the seller to the buyer unless and until the deed is recorded with the clerk of the court in the jurisdiction in which the property is located.


Use convey in a sentence?

You need a big truck to convey heavy loads. Here it means to transport. You must convey to the audience the importance of clean water. Here it means to communicate. You must communicate to the importance... I will convey the ownership of the business to you. Means to transfer ownership. In all examples it is a verb.