Louisiana Quit Claim Deeds

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County Quit Claim Information
Louisiana quit claim deeds are county specific. Select the county where the property is located form information and forms specific to that county.
Acadia
Allen
Ascension
Assumption
Avoyelles
Beauregard
Bienville
Bossier
Caddo
Calcasieu
Caldwell
Cameron
Catahoula
Claiborne
Concordia
De Soto
East Baton Rouge
East Carroll
East Feliciana
Evangeline
Franklin
Grant
Iberia
Iberville
Jackson
Jefferson
Jefferson Davis
La Salle
Lafayette
Lafourche
Lincoln
Livingston
Madison
Morehouse
Natchitoches
Orleans
Ouachita
Plaquemines
Pointe Coupee
Rapides
Red River
Richland
Sabine
Saint Bernard
Saint Charles
Saint Helena
Saint James
Saint Landry
Saint Martin
Saint Mary
Saint Tammany
St John The Baptist
Tangipahoa
Tensas
Terrebonne
Union
Vermilion
Vernon
Washington
Webster
West Baton Rouge
West Carroll
West Feliciana
Winn
 
 
 
  A quit claim deed is a document that transfers the grantor’s rights, if any, to real estate. The deed contains no warranties of title and offers no protection to the grantee if a question of ownership arises in the future.

The state of Louisiana does not provide a statutory form for quit claim deeds. The basic rules for conveyances are mainly identified in Civil Code § 1833, which explains the need for an authentic act to convey title and rights to a specific parcel of real property. An authentic act is a written agreement that is executed (signed) in front of a notary and two witnesses who are not otherwise involved with the transaction. CC 2502 provides a rationale for quit claim deeds when it explains that a person "may transfer to another whatever rights to a thing he may then have, without warranting the existence of any such rights." CC 2503 suggests that, because warranty against eviction is implied in every sale, in order to meet the obligations for a lawful conveyance, the document must state explicitly that no such warranty exists.
 
Louisiana Information
Standard Recording Guidelines for a Lafayette Parish Louisiana Quit Claim Deed
The Recording Department of the Clerk of Court is responsible for recording and filing quit claim deeds and other documents pertaining to real propert...

Quit Claim Deed Formatting Guidelines for Red River Parish Louisiana
As the Recorder, the Clerk of Court office receives, files, records, and indexes all quit claim deeds and all other instruments recorded in the Public...

Guidelines for Quit Claim Deed Forms in Saint Tammany Parish
Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana: Guidelines for Recording a Quit Claim Deed Louisiana has a race notice recording act. This means that the first docu...

Sabine Parish Requirements for Quit Claim Documents that are to be Recorded
Quit Claim Deed Recording Regulations in Sabine Parish, Louisiana The Clerk of Courts is the parish recorder and the custodian of land records. Quit ...

Preparing a Standardized Quit Claim Deed for Recording in Vermilion Parish
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana Quit Claim Deed Preparation Guidelines In Louisiana, the transfer of real property follows the general requirement of an ...

Bienville Parish Real Property Transfer Document Information
Creating a Quit Claim Deed in Compliance with Bienville Parish, Louisiana Recording Requirements The clerk’s office receives and files all quit c...

Standards for Realty Transfer Documents in Bossier Parish
Creating a Standard Quit Claim Deed to Meet Recording Requirements in Bossier Parish, Louisiana The transfer of property in Louisiana follows the g...

State of Louisiana Statute Regarding Quit Claim Deed Recordation
Louisiana Statute 2941.1. Recordation; subsequent filings; interest prohibited; cancellation of mortgage records A. Upon the recordation in the m...

Document Standards and Recording Requirements for Caddo Parish Quit Claim Deeds
Quit claim Deed Recording Requirements for Caddo Parish, Louisiana In Louisiana, the transfer of real property follows the general requirement of a...

Assumption Parish, Louisiana Quit Claim Deed Information
Recording a Quitclaim Deed in Assumption Parish, Louisiana The transfer of real property in Louisiana follows the general requirement of an authe...

 
 
 
 
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