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North Carolina quit claim deeds are county specific. Select the county where the property is located form information and forms specific to that county.
Alamance
Alexander
Alleghany
Anson
Ashe
Avery
Beaufort
Bertie
Bladen
Brunswick
Buncombe
Burke
Cabarrus
Caldwell
Camden
Carteret
Caswell
Catawba
Chatham
Cherokee
Chowan
Clay
Cleveland
Columbus
Craven
Cumberland
Currituck
Dare
Davidson
Davie
Duplin
Durham
Edgecombe
Forsyth
Franklin
Gaston
Gates
Graham
Granville
Greene
Guilford
Halifax
Harnett
Haywood
Henderson
Hertford
Hoke
Hyde
Iredell
Jackson
Johnston
Jones
Lee
Lenoir
Lincoln
Macon
Madison
Martin
Mcdowell
Mecklenburg
Mitchell
Montgomery
Moore
Nash
New Hanover
Northampton
Onslow
Orange
Pamlico
Pasquotank
Pender
Perquimans
Person
Pitt
Polk
Randolph
Richmond
Robeson
Rockingham
Rowan
Rutherford
Sampson
Scotland
Stanly
Stokes
Surry
Swain
Transylvania
Tyrrell
Union
Vance
Wake
Warren
Washington
Watauga
Wayne
Wilkes
Wilson
Yadkin
Yancey
 
 
 
  A quit claim deed can be used to resolve ambiguities created by earlier conveyances executed in North Carolina. It can also transfer a seller’s interest in real property to a buyer. The real property must be located in North Carolina in order for this type of deed to be used. A quit claim deed in this state is also referred to as a non-warranty deed. Both these names indicate the major characteristics of this type of deed: it does not offer warranties of title.  
North Carolina Information
Chatham County Quit Claim Deed Requirements for Recording
Preparation Guidelines for Chatham County, North Carolina Quit Claim Deeds The Chatham County Register of Deeds is the legal custodian of all real es...

Preparing a Quit Claim Deed for Recording in Caswell County
Quit Claim Deed Preparation for Caswell County, North Carolina The Register of Deeds serves as the custodian of real estate records for the county. D...

Checklist of Requirements for Bladen County Quit Claim Deeds
The Register of Deeds serves as custodian and manager of the public records. A primary function of the office is to enable the owner of an interest in...

Cabarrus County Guidelines for Creating Quit Claim Deeds
Creating Standard Cabarrus County, North Carolina Quit Claim Deeds Quit claim deeds and other instruments pertaining to real property located in Caba...

Quit Claim Document Requirements for Ashe County
Recording Guidelines for Ashe County, North Carolina Quit Claim Deeds The Register of Deeds office exists primarily to enable the owner of an interes...

Quit Claim Deed Recording Standards for Bertie County
The Register of Deeds is the custodian and manager for many public records. Quit claim deeds and other documents relating to real property located in ...

Quit Claim Document Formatting Requirements for New Hanover County
Recording a Standard Quit Claim Deed in New Hanover County, North Carolina Quit claim deeds and other instruments relating to real property located i...

Standardized Recording and Formatting Requirements for Quit Claims in Camden County
Camden County, North Carolina Standards for Recording a Quit Claim Deed A quit claim deed should be recorded as promptly after the transaction as pos...

Quit Claim Document Requirements Specific to Durham County
The recording act in North Carolina is a race act. This is also known as "race to the courthouse." Under this statute, the document that is recorded f...

Alleghany County Guidelines for Creating Quit Claims for Real Property
Creating a Standard Quit Claim Deed in Alleghany County, North Carolina North Carolina has a race statute recording act. This is also known as “rac...

 
 
 
 
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