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Types of Deeds
A grantor, the party that is conveying the title to the real
property, who utilizes a quitclaim deed, conveys to the grantee,
the party to whom the title to the property is conveyed, all of the
property interests and ownership rights that the grantor has in
the real property described in the quit claim deed but makes no
warranties as to those interests or rights. Therefore the grantor
may own and possess all of the property interests and
ownership rights in the subject real property, all of which would
be conveyed to the grantee, but the grantor could also have no
interest in or rights to the property and the grantee receives
nothing by and through the quitclaim deed. Because the
grantor is making no warranties as to their property interest or
ownership rights in the subject property, the grantee would have
no claim against the grantor if the title they received was
defective or if, in fact, they received no interest in or rights to
the subject property.
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