New Hampshire Quit Claim Deed Form

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The New Hampshire quit claim deed is used to convey property but offers no guarantee to the title of the property. The form only transfers the ownership from the Grantor(s) stated, and not who the actual owner may be or any prior owners. This document will require the name and address of the grantor and grantee as well as the consideration paid and the legal description of the property.

It is required to be be signed and notarized. It should be kept in mind, however, that while a completed New Hampshire quit claim deed is a notarized document, the language within is strictly for the exchange of a consideration for a claim or interest in property. That is, it does not necessarily carry any language that verifies the grantor’s claim or rights to the property. This may be assumed in good faith however. A quitclaim deed comes with covenants by the grantor that there are no claims that could arise against the property as a result of grantor’s ownership. Furthermore, a quitclaim deed does not include any guarantee as to claims that could arise as a result of previous ownership. For this reason, it would be wise to consult with an attorney before purchasing a parcel of land from an unfamiliar source in this manner.

LawsRSA 477:28

Recording – The form must be filed at the County Recorder’s Office where the real estate is located.

Signing (§ 477:3) – Required to be signed in the presence of a notary public (grantor(s) only).

How to Write

Step 1 – The New Hampshire Quit Claim Deed may be retrieved for use by selecting the “PDF,” “ODT,” or “Word” button on the right hand side of the page. Each of these buttons will allow for the file type of its namesake to be downloaded at your discretion.

Step 2 – The first part of this document will require some basic information regarding the Preparer and the Address the New Hampshire Registry of Deeds may send filed materials should be sent. First we shall tend to the “Prepared By” section. The person filling out this form must supply his or her Full Name on the “Name” line. Then the Preparer should indicate his or her Address on the “Address” line. Finally, the Preparer must enter his or her State and Zip Code on the last line (each line will be designated as such).

Step 3 – It is crucial that you supply the New Hampshire Registry of Deeds recording this document with an Address where the returned and filed materials should be sent. Several blank lines, each with its own designation, are provided so that you may enter this information. Enter the Name and Address where the New Hampshire Registry of Deeds may send material using the lines “Name” and “Address.” You will also need to enter the State and Zip Code associated with the Mailing Address.

Step 4 – To begin, it will be necessary to report the County where the Property is geographically situated on the space labeled “County of.”

Step 5 – In the main paragraph locate the expression “…in consideration of the sum of.” The blank space after these words must have the total Sum that must be submitted to the Grantor written out. Then, in the parentheses, enter this Sum numerically.

Step 6 – This sentence will continue to define the Grantor receiving this Sum by requiring the Name of the Grantor and the word “Grantor” entered on the succeeding blank spaces. Use the first space for the Name and the second space for the word “Grantor.” Following this, the Nevada Quit Claim Deed will have four blank areas following the wording “residing at.” Report the Street Address of the Grantor’s Residence on the first of these lines, then enter the County, City, and State the Grantor resides in their respective spaces after the words “County of,” “City of,” and “State of.”

Step 7 – The next party to be defined will be the Grantee. First report the Name of the individual receiving the transfer of this Property Claim on the space succeeding the phrase “hereby grant to.” The second space will require the role of this person to be solidified with the word “Grantee.” The next space will need the Grantee’s Address. The final step of the Grantee report will be to input the County, City, and State where the Grantee’s Address is situated onto the blank spaces following “County of,” “City of,” and “State of.”

Step 8 – The blank space just before the term “New Hampshire to-wit,” requires the Property’s County entered. This will begin the Property Description section. You may use the blank lines below this paragraph to enter and report the Address, Legal Description, and any other Identification (such as Tax ID Number) of the Property being conveyed by the current New Hampshire Quit Claim Form.

Step 9 – On the “Grantor’s Signature” line, the Grantor must Sign his or her Name. The line carrying the label “Grantor’s Name” will require the Printed Name of the Grantor to be entered. Finally, the “Address” needs the Grantor’s Street Address filled in. You may continue the Address utilizing the line “City, State & Zip.” All Grantor(s) participating in this transfer should provide these required items.

Step 10 – This filing will require notarization of the Signing. An area specifically designated for the use of the Notary Public is provided at the end of this form. The Notary Public is the only party who may enter the items after the words “County of” up to the words “My Commission Expires.” Once the Notary has done this, he or she will stamp this completed document with the required Notary Seal.

Step 11 – Next, you must contact the New Hampshire Registry of Deeds Office in the Property’s County. Here, you will be able to find out what the Filing Fee and Submission Guidelines specific for the Property’s County are. County Guidelines and Fees will vary from County to County so it is strongly recommended to contact this entity prior to filing.