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Idaho Quit Claim Deed Form

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Idaho Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated April 10, 2024

An Idaho quitclaim deed, unlike the warranty deed, conveys property from a seller (grantor) to a buyer (grantee) without a warranty as to whether the grantor has the authority to sell the property or has clean title to the property. Generally speaking, this type of deed is preferred in informal arrangements, such as with a close family member. If this is not the case, you may be receiving a deed that conveys all or nothing. That is why it is important to go to the local recorder’s office to do a complete title search to determine what rights the grantor has to sell and whether there are any other claims against the property.

Laws

  • Recording – The quitclaim deed must be filed at the County Recorder’s Office (See County List) in the jurisdiction of the real estate.
  • Signing – A quitclaim deed must be signed with the Grantor(s) in front of a notary public.[1]
  • Statute§ 55-612
  • Specific Language – The word “Grant” should not appear in a quitclaim deed in Idaho as it presents to the Grantee that a guarantee is implied in the conveyance.[2]

Sources

  1. § 55-805
  2. § 55-612