Arizona Quit Claim Deed Form

The Arizona quit claim deed is a legal document that’s used to legally convey Arizona real property to a Grantee (buyer) or business entity. This same document may also be used to delete, add or even change the name on a title within specific perimeters of the law. It must be understood that this particular document offers no warranty, once the document is executed, that there will be no warranty or guarantee that if another person or persons makes a claim against the property, that the Grantor (seller) will be obligated to defend the Grantee in the claim. The document must be signed in service of a licensed notary.

Laws – § 33-402

How to Write

Step 1 – Cost of Property – Enter:

  •  The amount paid by the Grantee to the Grantor, which has been received
  • Street address of the property
  • Enter the name of the county in which the premises is located

Step 2 – Signatures –

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

Step 3 – Notary Acknowledgement –

  • As the notary witnesses the signatures, the notary shall then complete the remainder of the document and affix the notary seal as required by Arizona state law