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Idaho quit claim deeds are county specific. Select the county where the property is located form information and forms specific to that county.
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  Idaho Code § 55-813 (2012) defines conveyance as "every instrument in writing by which any estate or interest in real property is created, alienated, mortgaged or encumbered, or by which the title to any real property may be affected, except wills." A quit claim deed is a conveyance that only transfers the grantor’s interest, if any, in a parcel of land, with no covenants of title for the grantee. There is, however, an expectation of good faith on the grantor’s part that he/she is free to convey the land. I. C. § 55-601 governs conveyances of real property within the state, but does not contain a statutory form that may be modified to fit different uses. So, be certain to include the required information, but verify that the correct language appears in the text of the quit claim deed. For example, I. C. § 55-612 explains that the word "grant" implies warranties of clear title, creating potential conflict between the intent of the quit claim deed and its actual construction. As such, "grant" should not appear in quit claim deeds. In general, a correctly executed and recorded quit claim deed offers no protection for the grantee against a future claim.

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Idaho Information
Creating a Compliant Quit Claim Document for Recording in Blaine County
The County Clerk in Blaine County, Idaho is responsible for recording and preserving real property documents for the county. Among the documents recor...

Quit Claim Document Standards for Benewah County
Preparing a Quit Claim Deed for Recordation in Benewah County, Idaho The County Clerk in Benewah County, Idaho is responsible for recording and prese...

Guidelines for Recording a Bingham County Quit Claim Deed
The County Recorder in Bingham County is responsible for recording, filing, and indexing legal documents. Quitclaim deeds and other documents pertaini...

Kootenai County Requirements for Properly Formatted Quit Claim Deed Documents
Guidelines for Recording a Kootenai County, Idaho Quit Claim Deed The Recorder’s Office keeps records of all documents recorded in Kootenai County....

Formatting Guidelines for Minidoka County Idaho Quit Claim Deeds
The Recorder’s Office is part of the Clerk, Auditor’s, and Recorder’s division. The Recorder is responsible for maintaining and recording quit c...

Bear Lake County Requirements for Quit Claim Deed Forms
Quit Claim Deed Recording Standards for Bear Lake County, Idaho Quit claim deeds and other instruments relating to real property located in Bear Lake...

Recording Requirements for Formatting Quit Claim Deeds in Teton County
Presenting Quit Claim Deeds for Recordation in Teton County, Idaho Land records in Teton County are archived and maintained at the Recorder’s Offic...

Document Requirements for Recording Quit Claim Deeds in Boundary County
Boundary County, Idaho Quit Claim Deed Recording Guidelines Idaho is a race-notice jurisdiction. A later buyer who pays fair value for the real prop...

Standards for Quit Claim Deeds in Clearwater County Idaho
Creating a Standard Quit Claim Deed for Clearwater County, Idaho Idaho is a race-notice jurisdiction. A later buyer who pays fair value for the real ...

Quit Claim Deeds that Comply with Shoshone County Recording Requirements
Creating a Compliant Quit Claim Deed for Recordation in Shoshone County, Idaho Quit claim deeds pertaining to real property located in Shoshone Count...

 
 
 
 
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