I very Seriously need to know this perhaps your a lawyer

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by splatter, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. splatter

    splatter Member

    If someone signs a quit claim deed or whatever its called does that mean they no longer have the rights to the house that their name is on? I would assume that but someone said that it doesnt matter, not a reliable source.

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  2. Dustinthewind

    Dustinthewind woopdee fucking doo

    Here is the definition of Quit Claim Deed as it is in my BLacks Law dictionary.

    Quit Claim-to relinquish or release (a claim or right). 2. to convey all of one's interest in (property), to whatver extent one has an interest; to execute a quit claim deed.


    I dont know the answer, and i cant give out legal advice anyways, since i am only a paralegal. I can ask my boss tomorrow and let you know tho.
     
  3. splatter

    splatter Member

  4. Dustinthewind

    Dustinthewind woopdee fucking doo

    You are very welcome!! :)
     
  5. YankNBurn

    YankNBurn Owner

    I had to do one before. I bought a place from a guy who had to sign a quit claim to release his rights to the place so I could take over the loan. A warranty deed is the best deed and warranty deeds can be aquired from quit claim deeds.


    A simple rule of a quit claim is kinda like saying quick claim. The person above me explained it well.
     

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