Quit claim

QUIT CLAIM, conveyancing. By the laws of Connecticut, it is the common practice there for the owner of land to execute a quit claim deed to a purchaser who has neither possession nor pretence of claim, and as by the laws of that state the delivery of the deed amounts to the delivery of possession, this operates as a conveyance without warranty. It is, however, essential that the land should not, at the time of the conveyance, be in the possession of a stranger, holding adversely to the title of the grantor. l Swift's Dig. 133; 2 N. H. R. 402; 1 Cowen, 613; and vide Release.

QUIT CLAIM, contracts. A release or acquittal of a man from all claims which the releasor has against him.

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The following land transfers, either Warranty Deed (WD), Quit Claim Deed (QCD), Agreement for Deed, Contract, Trustees QCD, Cemetery Deed, Trustees Min Deed, Judicial Sale Deed or Spec WD, were filed in Gallatin County from Aug.
The 28 October 1818 Quit Claim, his Family executed for his property, lined up perfectly with the physical location of the Cemetery.
Under the contract, workers should no longer claim for regularization or protest against contractualization after they availed the settlement and signed a waiver and quit claim.
Friends of Hanjin Workers (FHW) said the affected workers were being forced to join the Voluntary Retrenchment Program of HHICC-Phil and sign a quit claim.
The complainant took over as operator and continued to pay lease after Valera filed a quit claim on December 1, 2016.
Records showed that Ong took over the CBR after the previous operator, with whom she was an industrial partner, filed a quit claim in 2016.
Vlatrix acquired the property through a quit claim last month, then sold it to the current owner.<br />The property includes 16 two-bedroom units averaging 1,000 square feet of space each.
AHBA wants to void the quit claim deed from Julie Mills to her husband.
The property will be sold as-is, and will be the subject of a Quit Claim Deed with no warrantees being made by Town.
Venie was suspended from the practice of law for one year effective 30 days from October 11, 2012, for pursuing a frivolous claim involving a lis pendens, and for committing a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer's honesty, truthfulness, or fitness as a lawyer, for engaging in fraudulent conduct, and for engaging in conduct in connection to the practice of law that is prejudicial to the administration of justice by filing a false sworn affidavit to correct deficiencies on a quit claim deed.
Owners are provided with choices that include paying the amount in arrears to bring their account current, (continuing with their ownership) or participation in the DBS program, where the inventory is returned to the HOA through a secure, quit claim process.