New York Quit Claim Deed Form

Last updated July 11th, 2022

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New York quit claim deed is a form that conveys ownership of real property without the inclusion of covenants or warranties to protect the property’s new owner (the grantee). A quit claim deed neither promises an unencumbered title nor guarantees that the transferor (the grantor) has a legal interest in the property. Therefore, the grantor could transfer real estate they don’t actually own, resulting in a defective title. This type of deed is commonly used to correct recording errors, add new title holders, or transfer property to a spouse or child.