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Q. Did he buy the house and then transferred it to you by "Quit Claim Deed" ?
yes..but we both signed the waranty deed
There is nothing more that you have to do to keep the house. If the man and his wife ever got a divorce and she found out about the house, the Court could make the man account for at least one half of the money he used to buy you the house but that would be between the man, the Court, and his wife. It would have nothing to do with you,
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