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Florida Quit Claim Deed Form

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Florida Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated September 06, 2023

A Florida quit claim deed is used to transfer ownership of real estate with no guarantee or warranties. This would mean to the buyer (‘Grantee’) that the person selling the property (‘Grantor’) is not guaranteeing that they own the property. Rather, they are only transferring whatever interest they have in the real estate (if any). As it should be with all property transfers, it is recommended that a title search of the property be completed prior to the closing date to ensure clean title.


  • Recording – Once completed, the Quit Claim must be presented to the County Recording Office (See the List of County Websites), within the property’s respective jurisdiction. Some counties require that, in addition to the completed Quit Claim, that a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) be provided in addition to the required documentation and recording fees. The person filing the form should go prepared with a checkbook to ensure that all fees will be paid at the time of the filing of the document(s), to avoid any delays in the filing process. This document must be witnessed and notarized so that it may be effective.
  • Signing (§ 695.26) – A quit claim deed authorized in the State of Florida must be done with Two (2) Witnesses and a Notary Public viewing the signature(s) of the Grantor(s).
  • Statute – § 695.01(2)
  • Appraiser’s Parcel ID (§ 689.02) – This number is given by every City/County and the Property Appraiser’s Parcel Identification Number must be included, or at the very least, be given space for it on the form.