Alaska Quit Claim Deed Form

The Alaska quit claim deed is a legal document that convey any legal as well as equitable rights that the Grantor would have in the property. These rights will not contain any covenant of warranty, therefore the Grantee should expect no protection should a title dispute ever be presented.

Although there is likely some “good-faith” expectation that is implied, to a degree, that the Grantor is unaware of any previous conflicts in ownership, it is possible that should another party present a claim of rights to the property and a quit claim deed has been executed and presented, the Grantor (seller) will in no way, be or become obligated to defend the Grantee’s (buyer’s) right to the position of the property. All interested parties, must sign the document in service of a notary public.

Laws – A.S. 34.15.040

How to Write

Step 1 – Parties – Provide the following:

  • Name(s) of the Grantor(s) (sellers)
  • Mailing address
  • Amount paid for the property
  • AND
  • Name(s) of the Grantee(s) (buyers)
  • Mailing address

Step 2 – Property Information – Submit:

  • The Lot
  • Block
  • Property Plat number
  • Name the recording district

Step 3 – Signature(s) – To be administered before a notary:

  • Date the signatures in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Enter the Grantor(s) signatures

Step 4 – Notarization-

  • The notary public will witness the parties signatures and complete the remainder of the document in acknowledgement of the validity of the document