Connecticut Quit Claim Deed Form

The Connecticut quit claim deed is a legal document that would be used to transfer interest in real property from a Grantor (seller) to a Grantee (buyer).  When a quitclaim deed is properly completed and executed it shall transfer any interest the Grantor has in the property. With this document, the Grantor shall terminate or “quit” any right and claim to the property, allowing the right or claim to transfer to the Grantee. Unlike most property deeds, a quitclaim deed contains no title covenant. The document offers the Grantee no warranty regarding the status of the title of the property.

This would mean that the Grantor shall not guarantee that they actually own any interest in the property at the time of the transfer. If the Grantor does own interest, then the title is unenvcubered. It is also possible that a Grantee may receive no interest. Therefore because the quitclaim deed offers no warranty, the Grantee will have no legal recourse to recover losses

How to Write

Step 1 – Parties – Provide the following:

  • Name of the Grantor (seller)
  • Address
  • City
  • State
  • Enter the amount received in spelled and numerical format
  • AND
  • Name of the Grantee (buyer)
  • Address
  • City
  • State
  • AND
  • Enter the Grantee’s name
  • Provide the address or lot number
  • The City in which the premises is situated
  • County

Step 2 – Parties Agree –

  • The parties must read and agree to the statement of agreement prior to signatures

Step 3 – Signatures – To be provided before a notary:

  • Date the signatures in dd/m/yy format
  • Enter Witness’s signature
  • Type or Print Witness name
  • AND
  • Enter Grantor’s signature
  • Type or Print Grantor’s name

Step 4 – Notarization –

  • Once the notary has witnessed the signatures they shall complete the remaining, required information. They shall acknowledge the document by affixing the official seal