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Vermont Quit Claim Deed Form

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Vermont quit claim deed transfers a grantor’s interest in a property to a grantee, though it cannot guarantee that the grantor has title rights or that the title is unencumbered. As covenants or warranties are not included in a quit claim deed, the grantee is at risk of receiving a title clouded by liens or of finding out that the grantor has no right to transfer title in the first place.

Quit claim deeds are often used when no consideration is involved, such as property transfers from a parent to their child or from one (1) spouse to another. Another common use is to correct title defects resulting from errors in the initial deed document.