Idaho Quit Claim Deed Form

The Idaho quit claim deed is a legal document that is used by entities who may have no real relationship with the property being sold in auction or from foreclosure, for example. Or, this deed may also be used between parties or who may have a long established relationship such as family members that are likely to trust one another with regard to the property being conveyed. This document carries no warranty at all. It doesn’t guarantee that the Grantor (seller) even owns the property or any interest in it to sell nor will it promise that the property is free of mortgages or any other encumbrances. Basically, the Grantor is “quitting” any claim they may have on the property. After the form is completed, any required signatures must be entered before a notary and acknowledged.

How to Write

Step 1 – The Parties –

  • Enter the full name of the Grantor (seller)
  • AND
  • Enter the name(s) of the Grantee(s) (buyer(s))
  • Address
  • Legal description of the property
  • Enter the name of the County where the property is situated

Step 2 – Signature –

  • Submit the date of the execution of the document in dd/mm/yy format
  • The Grantor must submit their signature

Step 3 – Notary Acknowledgement –

  • The notary shall witness the Grantor’s signature to the document
  • The notary will then complete the acknowledgement of the document with all required information, notary signature and stamp or seal