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New Mexico 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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Luna
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Santa Fe
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Taos
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  Any person or corporation who holds any right or title to real estate in New Mexico may convey such real estate, subject to the provisions in the New Mexico Statutes (NMSA 47-14). One such real estate document that can be used in a conveyance between a grantor and grantee or a grantor and join tenants is a quit claim deed, which has the force and effect of a deed in fee simple to the grantee, his heirs, and assigns, to his and their own use of any interest the grantor owns in the real property (47-1-30). A quit claim deed must be duly executed and must pertain to real estate located in New Mexico in order to operate in the aforementioned manner. It is important to note that a New Mexico quit claim deed does not contain warranties, which means the grantor does not claim to be in lawful possession of the granted premises, or that the granted real property is free from former or other grants, bargains, sales, taxes, assessments, and encumbrances. Further, the grantor to a quit claim deed in New Mexico does not claim that he has good right to sell and convey the real property. The New Mexico Annotated Statutes offers further information, specifically the Property Law chapter.  
New Mexico Information
Roosevelt County Guidelines for Preparing Quit Claim Deed Forms
Creating an Effective Quitclaim Deed for Recordation in Roosevelt County, New Mexico The clerk’s office is responsible for recording quitclaim deed...

Requirements for Creating Quit Claim Deed Forms in Hildalgo County
Required Format for a Hidalgo County, New Mexico Quit Claim Deed It’s important to remember that quit claim deeds being recorded are permanent reco...

Standard Quit Claim Form Requirements for Rio Arriba County
Recording a Compliant Quit Claim Deed in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico The County Clerk is responsible for recording quit claim deeds and other instr...

Luna County Guidelines for Quit Claim Deed Documents
Recording Standard Quit Claim Deeds in Luna County, New Mexico The County Clerk records, files, and preserves real property documents for permanent r...

Otero County Quit Claim Document Requirements and Guidelines
Creating a Standard Quit Claim Deed for Recordation in Otero County, New Mexico Quit claim deeds and other instruments pertaining to real property lo...

Clerks Requirements for the Preparation and Recording of Quit Claim Deeds in Torrance County New Mexico
Creating a Standard Quit Claim Deed for Recordation in Torrance County, New Mexico Documents recorded in the office of the county clerk are public re...

Quit Claim Deed Form Requirements to be Compliant with Socorro County Recording Mandates
How to Create a Quit Claim Deed in Compliance with Socorro County, New Mexico Recording Requirements Q...

Dona Ana County New Mexico Quit Claim Deed Form Recording and Preparation
How to Create a Standard Quit Claim Deed in Dona Ana County, New Mexico A quit claim deed shall, when duly executed, have the force and effect of a...

How to Prepare a Quit Claim Document for Recording in Chaves County
Preparing a Quit Claim Deed in Compliance with Chaves County, New Mexico Recording Requirements A quit claim deed shall, when duly executed, have t...

New Mexico Statutory Definition of a Quit Claim Deed
A quit claim deed is outlined in state statute for New Mexico. The statute notes that the grantee shall take title to a property fee simple when a qui...

 
 
 
 
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