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New York Quit Claim Deed

New York quit claim deed form, NY quit deed, is a real property deed which transfers (conveys) only that interest in the property in which the grantor has title.  New York quit claim deeds do not guarantee good title to the property.  Grant and warranty deeds guarantee (warrant) that the grantor has full title to the property or the interest the deed states is being conveyed. 

The legal spelling of a quit claim deed varies by state, including the use of quitclaim or quit deed. This type of deed is sometimes called a "quick" claim deed due to its frequent use to quickly resolve disputes in title or change title between family members.

New York Quit Claim Deed

Definitions:
   -- Grantor: the party who transfers title in real property (seller, giver)
   -- Grantee: the party who receives title to real property (buyer, recipient)

Deeds are categorized by Grantor (seller).  To modify a deed to a configuration not listed below, see our New York Quit Claim Deed FAQ.

 
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NOTE: Use a specially configured Warranty Deed to transfer property into a Living Trust.

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New York Quit Claim Deed - Two Individual Grantors to Two Individual Grantees Add to Cart

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New York Quit Claim Deed - Corporation Grantor to Two Individual Grantees Add to Cart

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