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I need some help. I own a home -- the original grant deed

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Hi- I need some help. I own a home -- the original grant deed was a co ownership..however, I think I had ammended the document to have me as the sole owner
a) I need help with fact finding-- who is on the deed(!); and then b) if multiple folks, how best for them to record a quit claim? advice/help....Thanks-
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  legalgems replied 1 year ago.

The deed will be located at the recorder's office, in the county where the property is located; any person can access it as it is a public record. Some counties have this information on line (generally the larger counties).

For a quit claim, the party that is granting an interest (and a quit claim transfers it without any warranties -it just transfers any ownership, without guaranteeing there is an actual interest in the property) executes the deed, and records it at the recorder's office.

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Expert:  legalgems replied 1 year ago.

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