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Quitclaim Deeds (Colorado)

What is a Quitclaim Deed?

A quitclaim deed is a legal instrument by which the owner of a piece of real property, called the grantor, transfers his interest to a recipient, called the grantee. The owner/grantor terminates ("quits") his right and claim to the property, thereby allowing claim to transfer to the recipient/grantee.

Quitclaim Deeds are versatile and can be used to add or remove someone from the title, change ownership from joint tenants to tenants in common, or clear up problems with the title. In a situation where there are two or more Grantees specified in a deed, the type of tenancy desired must be specified. If the parties hold title as "joint tenancy" then upon the death of the co-owner, the interest of this person would pass automatically to the surviving co-owner or owners (right of survivorship). Alternatively, if the parties hold title as "tenants in common", then upon the death of a co-owner, the decedent's interest passes to and through the decedent's estate.

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Understanding Colorado Quitclaim and Warranty Deeds

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Understanding Colorado Quitclaim and Warranty Deeds

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Want to buy, sell, or change the ownership of a piece of real estate? You'll need to use a deed. Our guidebook will show you how easy it can be.

This straightforward explanation of both types of deeds helps you decide which deed is right for your situation and discusses title problems that could affect the ownership of the property. You'll also find completed examples of both types of deeds.

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Quitclaim Deed, Statutory Short Form

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Quitclaim Deed, Statutory Short Form

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Quitclaim Deeds can be used to add or remove someone from the title to property, change ownership from joint tenants to tenants in common, or clear up problems with the title. This deed meets the statutory requirements for deeds in Colorado. Designation of ownership as joint tenants or tenants in common must be added.

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Quitclaim Deed (to Individuals or Tenants in Common)

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Quitclaim Deed (to Individuals or Tenants in Common)

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This form is used to transfer or change the name on a real property deed, when the grantor is an individual(s) and the grantee is an individual or more than one person as tenants in common.

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Guideline to Quitclaim Deed (to Individuals or Tenants in Common)

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This Guideline is intended to provide general information with regard to the subject matter covered.  It is not meant to provide legal opinions or offer advice, or to serve as a substitute for advice by a licensed legal professional. Bradford Publishing does not warrant that the information herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors, inaccuracies or omission. It is the responsibility of the user to consult legal, tax or other counsel.

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Quitclaim Deed, to Joint Tenants

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Quitclaim Deed, to Joint Tenants

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Quitclaim Deeds can be used to add or remove someone from the title to property, change ownership from joint tenants to tenants in common, or clear up problems with the title. This quitclaim deed is used when the transfer is to more than one person in joint tenancy. “Joint Tenancy" is ownership of real property between two or more parties named in one conveyance as joint tenants. Upon death of a joint tenant, his or her interest passes to the surviving joint tenant(s) by right of survivorship.

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Guideline to Quitclaim Deed, to Joint Tenants

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This Guideline is intended to provide general information with regard to the subject matter covered.  It is not meant to provide legal opinions or offer advice, or to serve as a substitute for advice by a licensed legal professional. Bradford Publishing does not warrant that the information herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors, inaccuracies or omission. It is the responsibility of the user to consult legal, tax or other counsel.

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Quitclaim Deed (extra space for property description)

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This form is used to transfer or change the name on a real property deed, when the grantor is an individual(s) and the grantee is an individual or more than one person as tenants in common.

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Quitclaim Deed (Corporation to Joint Tenants)

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This form is used to transfer, or change the name on, a real property deed, when the grantor is a corporation and the grantees want to own the property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship. Upon death of a joint tenant, his or her interest passes to the surviving joint tenant(s) by right of survivorship.

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Quitclaim Deed, to a Corporation

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Quitclaim Deed, to a Corporation

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This form is used to transfer or change the name on a real property deed, when the grantor is an individual(s) and the grantee is a corporation.

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Quitclaim Deed (Corporation to Corporation)

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Quitclaim Deed (Corporation to Corporation)

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This form is used to transfer or change the name on a real property deed, when the grantor and the grantee are both corporations.

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