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quitclaim

noun acquittance, deed exculpating the transferor, deed of release, quittance, receipt, waiver
Associated concepts: quitclaim and convey, quitclaim deed, quitclaim sales
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contain warranty deeds or quitclaim deeds (or some combination of both).
1189: He boosts his country by buying back Scottish sovereignty from Richard the Lionheart at the so-called Quitclaim of Canterbury.
judgment and the 1949 quitclaim deed, we find plaintiff in each
is, in part, a quitclaim in which the waiver, Sumuttu-Anu, son of Kitu-Anu, a carpenter, renounces any claims to certain sale documents relating to offerings of necks as well as to the offerings themselves; in text 5 (ca.
The case began when TXO recorded a quitclaim deed in McDowell County, West Virginia, ostensibly to remove a supposed cloud on title to an interest in oil and gas development rights.
of terms for acquisition or quitclaim of easement; as well as the acquisition or
Finally, foreclosure sales often transfer no more than a quitclaim deed,
The Klinglers also will convey coal/mineral interests underlying 720 acres of land in Graham Township, Clearfield County, which underlies State Game Land 78, and shall release, waive, and quitclaim to the agency, any and all ownership rights in 100 acres of oil, gas and minerals located in Mineral Township, Venango County underlying State Game Land 39.
A quitclaim deed filed in Los Angeles indicates that it' all a part of a property settlement agreement between the pair, TMZ reported.
In addition, in 1992 the brother and his wife executed a quitclaim deed to the taxpayers, although they did not record it.
23) The typical way of changing ownership in divorces--exchanging quitclaim deeds between spouses--may not be enough to abandon the homestead.
The name Turambar is effectively Turin's quitclaim to the lordship of Dor-lomin, the reclamation of which had always presented him with purpose.