Nebraska Quit Claim Deed Form

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The Nebraska quit claim deed is a document that conveys property from one to another, but unlike a warranty deed, does not contain a guarantee that the title to the property is clear of encumbrances. Rather, all it transfers is whatever interest a grantor claims to have in the property – this may range from no interest to complete interest. Often these types of deeds are used between close family members or entities. In unfamiliar situations, it would be wise to consult with a trained professional before issuing or submitting payment.

Laws – NRS 23-1510

Real Estate Transfer Statement (Form 521) – Required if the deed is to be recorded.

Recording – Must be filed in the County Recorder’s Office where the property is located (See County List).

Signing (NRS 76-211) – All quit claim deeds must be signed with the Grantor(s) being acknowledged by a Notary Public.

How to Write

Step 1 – The Nebraska Quit Claim Deed is available as a PDF, ODT, or Word document. Locate the buttons below the document image on the right-hand side of the page then select the file type you wish to obtain. Each button will allow you to download this form in the format noted on the button.

Step 2 – When you are ready to input the information required on the template form, locate the wordage “Prepared By” in the top left-hand corner of the document. Here you will need to key in or type the Full Name of the individual preparing this document. Next, you will need to input the Preparer’s Address utilizing the two blank lines labeled “Address.” The next line requires you input the State and Zip Code where the Preparer Address is located.

Step 3 – Another preliminary requirement is to provide a usable Mailing Address the Nebraska County Clerk, County Recorder, or Deed Registry Office may use to return filed materials. This may be done below the wording “After Recording Return To.” Use the “Name,” “Address,” “State,” and “Zip Code” lines to report this information.

Step 4 – It is essential the Property’s County be documented directly on the deed being submitted. This must be input on the space provided adjacent to the words “County of.”

Step 5 – The paragraph defining the specifics for this form will have several spaces where you may define the unique factors involved with the Conveyance of this Property. First, write out the Total Amount of Money required by the Grantor and being submitted by the Grantee for the Purpose of this document on the first blank space in this paragraph. Then on the second blank space, input the numerical value of this dollar amount.

Step 6 – The third blank space in this paragraph must have the Name of the individual accepting this payment and delivering his or her interest in the Property via this conveyance form input. Follow this by filling out the next blank space with the term “Grantor.”

Step 7 – Next, on the blank space following the expression “residing at,” the Street Address of the Grantor must be filled in. this should be followed by a declaration of which County, City, and State this Address is located in. Each of these items will have its own area where it may be reported preceded by the appropriate wording. County will be required in “County of,” the City will be required in “City of,” and the State will be required in “State of.”

Step 8 – The Grantee must also be defined in this paragraph. The expression “…hereby conveys and quitclaims to” will precede the space you must report the Full Name of the individual assuming the Property Claim from the Grantor. This should be followed up with the term “Grantee” on the next blank space provided.

Step 9 – The Grantee’s Residence will need to be input as well. Here you will need to report the Street Address. This will also require a further definition by inputting the County, City, and State where the Grantee Address is physically found. You may report this information in their respective areas, using the space available after “County of,” “City of,” and “State of” to do so.

Step 10 – The next blank space is the last one in this paragraph. Document the County where the Property concerned is situated in on this blank space. There will be three blank lines subsequent to this main paragraph. Here, you must supply the Property’s Legal Description, Address, and Parcel Tax Number. Make sure this Property is fully and accurately described even if you must draft a separate document then attach it to this form.

Step 11 – In addition to the language supplied in the main paragraph, there will be some specific language that must be included in the Nebraska Quit Claim Form following the Property Description area. The Grantor(s) must read this preset statement then verify their agreement by Signing the blank line labeled “Grantor’s Signature.” The Grantor must also Print his or her Name below the Signature provided and report his or her Address using the next two lines (“Address” and “City, State & Zip”). All Grantors participating in this agreement must provide these items. If there are more than two Grantors, you may add more as necessary.

Step 12 – The Notary Public will need to use the final area to Notarize this document. Only this entity may fill in this final area. The County, Individuals Present, and Signature Date will be verified by the Notary Public’s ID Number, Commission Expiration Date, and Notary Seal he or she will provide.

Step 13 – This submittal will need to be recorded with the Nebraska County Clerk serving the County where the Property is situated. Contact this entity to find the specific requirements set forth by that county. Nebraska Counties will each have their own Filing Fee and Submission requirements thus it is imperative you contact the local entity directly. It is worth noting that some Counties will require this document be recorded with the County Clerk, others with the County Recorder, and others with the Registry Office of Deeds. The local courthouse will be able to direct you to the entity in charge of recording such deeds.