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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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Individuals who do pay the taxes can be added to the property title by using a quitclaim deed, allowing them to preserve their deduction.
contain warranty deeds or quitclaim deeds (or some combination of both).
With a quitclaim deed, the grantee has no remedy, while with a deed containing some covenants of title, the grantee may recover damages, provided other applicable tests are met.
patent (essentially a federal quitclaim deed) to 160 acres of public
For if someone just signs a quitclaim deed there may be liens on the property that you don't know about.
Examples of such legal documents provided by the solicitation included: lease of property, quitclaim deed, forward commitment, intercreditor agreement, lockbox agreement.
Eight of these were sales contracts; one was a testament in which three slaves were promised their emancipation, in addition to medium-sized legacies (60-150 ducats); another consisted of a quitclaim for a dowry, in which Roxa, former slave of nobleman Jacopo Ciuriano, confirmed her receipt of 150 ducats, a bequest to her on the occasion of her marriage.
The first document is a quitclaim to be found in the Upcott Collection of agreements about copyright preserved in the British Library.
The IRS does not recognize a quitclaim for tax purposes.
The mahele required that the king quitclaim his interest in about 1.
By a quitclaim deed dated May 12, 1992, he transferred his entire interest to one of the other partners.
Due to the almost unlimited scope of the term "validly," the resulting unreasonable--if not impossible--due diligence requirements, the implicit opinions, the negative assurance, the quitclaim, and the overly broad reliance on client representations, a "validly holds" opinion should not be requested.