Drafting a Quitclaim Deed Seek help from an attorney or title company. Find forms or templates. Identify who prepared the deed. State who will receive the new deed. Identify the parties. Provide other key information. Include the legal description of property. Include signature blocks. Add a notary block.How can I reverse a quitclaim deed?
The only way a quitclaim deed can be cancelled is if it has not been legally completed in the first place. That said, it is possible to reverse the quitclaim transaction by carrying out a new transaction, whereby the grantee under the original quitclaim transfers the property back to the original grantor.When does a quitclaim deed become legal?
Hello there. A quitclaim deed is legally valid as a contract from the moment it is executed by the grantor but it does not become a legally valid transfer document vested in the person it is given to until it is recorded in the registry of deeds in the county or city where the property is located.