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Virginia Quit Claim Deed

A Virginia quit claim deed is a form that legally releases property from one individual ("grantor") to another ("grantee") according to the terms outlined within it. This form is a basic quitclaim statement, meaning whatever claimed, interests, ownership, or rights the grantor has in the property will be forfeited to the grantee.
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  • Capital Letters – The grantor and grantee must be stated in the first clause/sentence of the document with their names being in capital letters.[1]
  • Recording – After signing, bring to the Clerk of the Circuit Court along with the required filing fee(s).[2]
  • Signing – The grantor(s) have the choice of authorizing the form in front of two witnesses or a notary public.[3]
  • StatuteVA Code Ann. § 55.1-300