Alabama Quitclaim Deed Form

An Alabama quitclaim deed conveys ownership interest of a property from a Grantor (seller) to a Grantee (buyer). It is mostly used during a divorce when ownership of the property is transferred or any type of arrangement where the Grantor’s ownership of the property is common knowledge. At the same time, the quitclaim deed does not prove that the grantor owns the ownership interest that is being given up to the grantee. In essence, they’re giving up or quitting their claim to real estate. 

Alabama Quitclaim deed template

Alabama Quitclaim Deed Form

Requirements

  • Before submitting the quitclaim deed at the  Probate Judge’s Office, you must also have completed  Real Estate Sales Validation (Form RT-1) —  (§ 40-22-1

  • All quitclaim deeds are to be filed in the County Probate Judge’s  office along with the required fee — (§ 35-4-50)

  • Quitclaim deeds must be signed in the presence of  a Notary Public or two witnesses —  (§ 35-4-20

  • Because of deeds with warranties, a quitclaim cannot use the following terms: grant, bargain, sell. Instead, it should use terms like  “hereby, quitclaim and convey.”

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