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Kansas Quit Claim Deed Form

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Kansas Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated September 07, 2023

A Kansas quitclaim deed is a legal document used to convey real estate in Kansas, which grants whatever rights to the property the seller (or grantor) has in the property but does not guarantee those rights. That means if there are other claims against the property, the buyer cannot make a claim against the seller or have any recourse against seller. These types of deeds are typically used for transfers between family members or from a person into a trust document. However, in order to be sure of the exact rights transferred, it makes sense to complete a title search to see if there are any undisclosed interests in the property.


  • Recording – A quitclaim deed must be filed with the County Recorder’s Office where the real estate is located. Go to your County Website to locate the office nearest you.
  • Signing (§ 58-2205) – A quitclaim deed is required to be authorized with a notary public present.
  • Statute – § 58-2204