What Is a Quitclaim Deed in Florida?

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A Quitclaim Deed in Florida is type of legal documentation which shows that an initially interested party is transferring his or her interests of a particular entity or property into the hands of another party. On this document both the transferee and the transferor have to sign and two neutral witnesses after that you have to take it to a Notary Public to authenticate it.
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Deeds are legal documents that transfer title to real estate from one person to another, or from one company to another. Deeds create a chain of title that allows for the tracing
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A quitclaim deed takes effect against the grantor as soon as the deed is signed. A quitclaim deed takes effect against the world as soon as it is recorded in the land records.
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I suggest getting in touch with the Florida Senior Legal Hotline. They may be able to suggest a lawyer, or otherwise offer assistance. I'm sure they've encountered similar situations
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The "record" is permanent, meaning you can't CHANGE it, but you can ADD to it. A local real estate attorney can help you figure out what action (if any) may be necessary
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