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quitclaim deed

noun, Law.
1.
a deed that conveys to the grantee only such interests in property as the grantor may have, the grantee assuming responsibility for any claims brought against the property.
Compare warranty deed.
Origin of quitclaim deed
1750-1760
1750-60
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  • Mrs. Wittleworth signed the quitclaim deed, and took the check.

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  • "The consideration mentioned in the quitclaim deed, Ellen, was ten thousand dollars," continued the great man.

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  • It was true he had the quitclaim deed of the contingent heir, but this did not seem to be of much value under the circumstances.

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  • You will have to sign a quitclaim deed, though, so as to clear up the title.

  • The quitclaim deed, he declared, was only to save himself from being annoyed by Fitz and his father.

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  • McReady, as he took the quitclaim deed, gripped Motor Matt's hand.

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