Montrose County Colorado Quit Claim Deeds

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Montrose County Quit Claim Deed Information. Once a quit claim deed that meets the requirements of Montrose County is completed, signed, delivered and accepted by the grantee it can then be recorded. A deed should only be recorded in Montrose County if the subject property is located in this county.
 
 
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Montrose County Articles
Penalty for not Filing the "Transfer Declaration"
Process and penalties if not filed If the declaration does not accompany the Quit Claim Deed conveyance document at the time it is presented for reco...

Transfer Declaration Completion Guide
The Real Property Transfer Declaration (TD-1000) alerts the appraiser in the Assessor's Office to sales which may not be an indication of a property'...

Colorado Transfer Declaration Form
GENERAL INFORMATION Purpose: The Real Property Transfer Declaration provides essential information to the county assessor to help ensure fair and uni...

What is a Quick Claim Deed Form?
A quitclaim deed is often incorrectly referred to as a Quick Claim Deed. The confusion comes from the fact that quit and quick sound so much alike and...

Changing a Name on a Real Estate Title Using a Quit Claim Deed
Certain life events, like marriage and divorce, bring on name changes. When real estate is owned by a person who is changing their name it is good ide...

How to Use Quit Claim Deed Wisely in a Divorce
The divorce is a most heart rendering and difficult time for both the husband and wife and it brings with a whole lot of complications when the relati...

Quit Claim Deed - An Unrecorded Quit Claim Deed Can Still Be Valid
An unrecorded quit claim deed is still valid. While there is no time limit on recording a deed or recording required for a quit claim deed to be valid...

Using a Quitclaim Deed to Transfer an Interest in a Timeshare
A timeshare is an ownership interest in a property and that interest can be transferred to another person with a quitclaim deed. It is common to ha...

Quitclaim Deed and Divorce Proceedings – Disadvantages Involved
Every divorce procedure entails the involvement of a massive amount of paperwork and if it concerns property and its division, then there is another p...

Common Uses Of A Quitclaim Deed During Divorce
Use of quitclaim deed during a divorce is very common - if a married couple who jointly own a property are in the process of divorce one spouse can qu...

Has My Quitclaim Deed Been Executed?
A quitclaim deed is considered "executed" when the Grantor signs the deed AND the grantee accepts delivery of the deed. Each state has their own laws ...

Divorce, Mortgage, and the Quitclaim Deed.
Divorce is tough enough by itself and even worse when real estate is involved. It is important to try and not let the emotional process get in the way...

How to Add, Change or Delete a Name on a Deed
If You Need To Add, Change Or Delete A Name: This can only be done by recording a new deed showing the change. Many people think they can simply go...

 
 
 
Forms
Quit Claim Deed Forms Available
For Montrose County
1. Quit Claim Deed, Colorado
2. Guidelines for Filling in a Colorado Quit Claim Deed Form
3. Completed Example of a Colorado Quit Claim Deed
4. Real Property Transfer Declaration Form with Instructions
5. Colorado Conveyance Form with Instructions
6. Colorado Real Property Transfer Form
Montrose County
Recorder Offices
Montrose County Clerk and Recorder
320 South 1st St., Room 101, Montrose
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday (Except Holidays)
Phone: (970) 249-3362 Ext. 2
Montrose County Clerk and Recorder   320 South 1st St., Room 101,  Montrose, Colorado, 81401

 
 
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