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Alaska Quit Claim Deed

An Alaska quit claim deed is a document that transfers ownership in real estate, with no guarantees, from a grantor (seller) to a grantee (buyer). If the grantor owns the property, it will be transferred to the grantee. The grantee is accepting the risk that the property is owned by the grantor with the quit claim deed representing the ownership transfer.
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Laws

  • Recording – A quitclaim deed must be filed in the Recorder’s District where the property is located. There is usually a fee associated with the filing and it is recommended to bring a blank check or contact the recorder before your arrival.
  • Signing Requirements – All quit claim deeds authorized in the State of Alaska must be done with a notary public.[1]
  • Statute – Alaska Statutes 2022[2]