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I will try and help. Can you tell me a little more about what is going on or what you are planning for?
That is a fairly complicated matter, but you should be able to do this by executing an inter-spousal grant deed where you (and especially he) confer the property to you as your sole and separate property. There are also tax considerations. There is a good resource here: http://www.divorcenet.com/resources/divorce/marital-property-division/interspousal-transfer-grant-deeds-vs-quit-claim-deed
After this process you would hold title in your name only, as your sole and separate property.
I hope this helps.
No tax considerations should be involved if you go the interspousal route.
With a quitclaim deed you are probably still good because it is an interspousal transfer, but I would be sure to record it. To be sure you might want to check with a tax advisor. As far as the loan, that is a different matter. The lender does not need to be notified because their lien is against the property itself. Further, a deed change takes the person's name off the property. They are still liable on the loan. To get that person off the loan, it would have to be refinanced.
Best of luck to you.