An Arizona quit claim deed is distinguished from other deeds in that it conveys property without any guarantee that the title is free of defects. Through this instrument, the grantor releases their interest in the property to the grantee, who in turn accepts the title despite the lack of assurances that the grantor has the right to convey in the first place. Title issues that may appear in the form of un-probated wills, liens, encumbrances, or public record errors will be the grantee’s responsibility. A quit claim deed provides a way to clear up typographical errors such as a missing signature or misspelled name on the title, or it may facilitate the transfer of property between family members or spouses.
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