A Texas quit claim deed is a real property transfer document that does not guarantee the title’s condition or the grantor’s title rights. Under a quit claim deed, encumbrances such as defective titles or unresolved liens are not the responsibility of the grantor, and the grantee will be liable should any come to light following recordation. Examples of scenarios where a quit claim deed might be useful include divorce settlements, gift transfers, and releasing another party’s claim to the property. Quit claim deeds offer a convenient way to transfer property when warranties are not necessary.
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