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Is a quit claim deed valid if recorded with a notary and then

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Is a quit claim deed valid if recorded with a notary and then given to the county recorder after? (Arizona)
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A quit claim deed is valid if the grantor signs the deed and it is notarized by a licensed notary public. Technically a deed does not have to be recorded. However, if it is not then an issue will arise with chain of title so it should be recorded with the county recorder's office in the county in which the property is located as soon as possible after it is property executed.

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