South Carolina Quitclaim Deed Form

The South Carolina quitclaim deed is a legal document that allows parties to pass ownership of, interest in, as well as proprietorship of real estate. It allows the grantor to pass ownership interest to a grantee without a guarantee of the ownership interest being passed. As soon as this document is signed by the grantor, it should be authenticated and signed by a legal (notary) official. Afterward, it should be supplied to the Registry of Deeds in South Carolina which serves the county wherein the real estate can be found.

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South Carolina Quitclaim Deed Form

Laws related to South Carolina quitclaim deed

Recording (Code 1976 § 30-7-10)The deeds should be documented at the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in the county.

Signing (Code 1976 § 30-5-30)In South Carolina, a quitclaim deed is needs the signature of the grantor and should be witnessed by two people and a notary public. The notary public may also serve as one of the witnesses.

Statute – Code 1976 § 27-7-20

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