Florida Quit Claim Deed Form

The Florida quit claim deed is a legal document that is used primarily, for a Grantor (seller) and a Grantee (buyer) shall use in the transfer of ownership with regard to a parcel of real estate. This deed will not offer any guarantees or promises or any of the usual guarantees that are generally part of a title, by the Grantor. The Grantee cannot be completely certain that the property is going to be without liens or other encumbrances.

This document, therefore, would only be utilized by parties who would be uninterested in the usual legal requirements of a more secure warranty. Regardless, this document must be completed in service of a notary public and should be recorded as soon as possible.


How to Write

Step 1 – Preparer –

  • In the top left corner of the page, enter the name and address of the person or entity who is preparing the document

Step 2 – The Parties – Enter the following information:

  • Date the document in dd/m/yyyy format
  • Name(s) of the Grantor(s) (seller(s))
  • AND
  • Name(s) of the Grantee(s) (buyer(s))

Step 3 – Witness of Payment –

  • Witnesses should be available for the provision of payment from the Grantee to the Grantor
  • Enter the amount of  monies in receipt, by the Grant paid by the Grantee
  • Enter the County in which the property is situated
  • State

Step 4 – Signatures – Must be provide before a notary public

  • Provide the following signatures by and on behalf of the Grantor:
  • Witnesses signatures
  • Printed names
  • AND
  • Grantor’s signature
  • Printed name
  • Post Office address
  • AND
  • Signature of Co-Grantor
  • Printed name
  • Post Office address

Step 5 – Notarization –

  • The notary public will witness and record the signatures
  • The notary shall then complete the remainder of the document with the required information that shall acknowledge the document