Texas Quitclaim Deed Form

The Texas quitclaim deed refers to a straightforward legal document that permit property conveyance to a purchaser (the "grantee(s)") from a vendor (the "grantor(s)") This document should include the name of the preparer of the document, the names of individuals (grantor(s) and grantee(s) and a point by point legal description of the property. When the document has been finished it ought to be endorsed by the grantor(s) in the presence of a notary public. After executing, it should be recorded at the county clerk’s office. 

Texas quitclaim deed template

Texas Quitclaim Deed Form

Note: There will likewise be a necessary documenting charge contingent upon the County where the property can be found and where the form can be submitted (either bring enough money or a blank check. 

Laws 

Recording (V.T.C.A., Property Code § 11.001) – This document must be documented at the Office of the Recorder in the Office of the Clerk of the County. 

Signing (V.T.C.A., Property Code § 12.001) –The grantor(s) is required to sign the document within sign of two witnesses - one of which can be a notary public.

Statute of Limitations – V.T.C.A., Property Code § 13.006

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