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Here is a link to a new Jersey form: www.sagetitle.com/Forms/Deed-Quitclaim.pdf
(it's from a local title company)
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I got it - so i am going to ask my wife to sing it - but wanted to ask - we had a post naptual agreement that said that i paid her 27K and she release claims to all my property, etc.
Where would she
state - in the quit claim deed it aks that :
This transfer is made for the sum of ___________
The Grantor acknowledges receipt of this money.
i paid her 27k for the all claims and she agreed to release me from all the property we owned together, including the title of this home - what should i write in that case>?
Should i write - in the pace of sum - under the terms of the post - naptual agreement executed on such date between her and me? and not write a sum?
OK i am not asking for this particular document - i am asking in genenral, what would a typical thing be - alternatives philosofically speaking.
Typicall in a sale it would be - the sale price of a house, but what if a typical thing in case of divorces and simple giveups of ownership?
why is this question even on a deed?
And where can i call to find out - where would one file a deed? or call to find out?
ok - so where can i call to find out more>?
i ahve 5 casues of actions and i am thinking that all of them are based on convincing the judge that my RE agent had a contractual obligation (even not outlined as written in the contract) but promissed verbally. I'd like if possible to get your take on what potential elements that i need to proof to suport my claims for each cause of action. negligence, breach of contract, breach of fuditiary duty, negligent misrepresentation, violation of NJ Consumer Act.
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