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Florida Quit Claim Deed

Florida quit claim deed form or FL quitclaim deed, is a real property deed which transfers (conveys) only that interest in the property in which the grantor has title.  Florida quit claim deeds do not guarantee good title to the property.  Using a "quit claim" deed makes no guarantee or promise that the seller (Grantor) has legal ownership of the Florida real estate. In contrast, a warranty deed guarantees (warrants) that the seller has legal title to the FL property.

Florida Quit Claim Deed

The most frequent use of a Florida quit claim deed is between family members or persons known to each other. In addition, adding or removing a person from the property title is best accomplished with a 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)

Quitclaim deeds are categorized by Grantor (seller).  To modify a Florida quit claim deed to a configuration not listed below, see our Florida 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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Florida Quit Claim Deed - Two Individual Grantors to Two Individual Grantees Add to Cart

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Florida Quit Claim Deed - Corporation Grantor to Individual Grantee Add to Cart

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

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