Arizona Quit Claim Deed Form

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Updated December 08, 2022

An Arizona quit claim deed is used to transfer property from one person (grantor) to another (grantee) without any warranty as to whether the title is clear. In other words, the person transferring the property is not making any warranties against other claims to the property from others. The transferor is only transferring any right they may have to the property, whatever that right may be. Once the document is complete, it will need to be signed by the parties in front of a notary public. The purchaser will then have to file the deed for recording with the recorder in the county in which the property is located within 60 days.

Laws

  • Affidavit of Property Value (Form 82162) – Must be completed and attached to the quitclaim deed, unless exempt as stated below.
  • Exemptions (§ 11-1134) – The Affidavit of Property Value is not required if the parties execute the quitclaim deed for no monetary value or for a nominal amount. If this the case, the deed must state the transfer is exempt.
  • Recording (§ 11-468) – All quitclaim deeds are to be filed, along with any necessary fee(s), with the County Recorder’s Office in the jurisdiction of the property.
  • Signing (§ 33-401) – A notary public must first witness the Grantor(s) signature(s) before the form may be filed with the County Recorder.
  • Statute – § 33-402