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Connecticut Quit Claim Deed

A Connecticut quit claim deed is used to transfer real estate when the grantor (seller) gives the grantee (buyer) any and all ownership interest without any guarantees about other owners of the property. This type of deed is often used for transfers between family members.
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Laws

  • Recording – A quit claim with the Registry of Deeds where the property is located.
  • Signing – The quit claim deed is required to be notarized and signed by two witnesses. If the notary public agrees, they may act as one of the witnesses.[1]
  • Statute – Sec. 47-36f & Sec. 47-36g[2][3]