Pennsylvania Quit Claim Deed Form

Last updated September 1st, 2022

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Pennsylvania quit claim deed is a form in which a grantor relinquishes all rights to a piece of real estate and transfers those rights to a grantee without title protection. What differentiates the quit claim deed from other conveyance instruments is the lack of a promise of clear title and lack of assurances regarding the legitimacy of the grantor’s ownership.

Included with the recording of a deed must be a certification of the grantee’s residential address. This certificate, found at the bottom of the deed, must be signed by the grantee or someone on their behalf. Depending on the county, the Recorder of Deeds may also require verification of the property’s parcel number from the tax assessment office.