New Hampshire Release Deed Form

Last updated September 1st, 2022

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New Hampshire release deed is used when a property owner, the “grantor,” transfers real estate to another party, the “grantee,” without any covenant or warranty of title. In New Hampshire, a release deed functions like a quit claim deed in most other states. It conveys all of the grantor’s rights and interest to a piece of property, but it doesn’t guarantee that real estate belonged to the grantor or that the title is free from encumbrances.

Due to the absence of protection afforded to the grantee, a release deed should only be used when there is little to no risk of title defects. A common application for a release deed is to transfer property to a spouse, child, or other trusted party.