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North Dakota Quit Claim Deed Form

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North Dakota Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated September 15, 2023

A North Dakota quit claim deed is a form used to legally transfer an interest in real estate from one person to another. This type of deed, unlike a warranty deed, does not come with a guarantee as to title. That is, the language of this document only states grantor (or seller) is selling whatever interest he may (or may not) have in the property to the buyer. This is quite different from verifying ownership through a Title or producing a Warranty Deed. This type of deed is more often than not used in close situations where the parties are related, such as between a trust creator and a trust. It may be prudent to have a property search completed prior to closing in most other situations. However, regardless of whether there is a reasonable amount of familiarity between buyer and seller, this does constitute a legal contract between the two parties.


  • Recording (NDCC, 47-19-07) – Deeds must be processed at the County Recorder’s Office where the real estate is located.
  • Signing (NDCC, 47-19-03) – A quit claim deed created in the State of North Dakota must be signed with the Grantor(s) in the presence of a Notary Public.
  • Grantee Certification (NDCC, 11-18-02.2) – All quitclaim deeds must include a signed certification from the grantee, in which the grantee designates an exemption to the transaction.
  • StatuteNDCC, 47-10-15
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