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West Virginia Quit Claim Deed Form

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West Virginia Quit Claim Deed Form

Updated April 12, 2024

A West Virginia quit claim deed form serves to document an informal transfer of property. This document provides the basic information that needs to be covered along with the signature lines for two grantors and two witnesses. In West Virginia, the grantor signing of this form must be done before two witnesses and a notary public. It should be kept in mind that West Virginia counties will have their own requirements which must be satisfied. Therefore, it is generally recommended to seek a consultation with the West Virginia County Clerk, in the property’s county, regarding the specific requirements of that county prior to submitting this form.



  1. W. Va. Code, §§ 40-1-9
  2. W. Va. Code, § 39-1-2