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Ohio Quit Claim Deed Form

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Ohio Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated April 12, 2024

An Ohio quit claim deed is a legal document that transfers whatever interest someone has in a certain piece of real estate to someone else. This type of conveyance is different from the warranty deeds because it comes with no guarantee that the grantor owns the property or that there is a clear title on the property. It is important, in order to ascertain what right, title, and interest a grantor may have in the property to have a full and thorough property (title) search completed before purchasing the property.


  • Recording – Once completed and acknowledged the quit claim deed must be filed at the County Recorder’s Office in the jurisdiction where the land is located.[1]
  • Signing – A quit claim deed in Ohio is required to be signed in the presence of a notary public.[2]
  • StatuteR.C. § 5302.11


  1. R.C. § 5301.25
  2. R.C. § 5301.01