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Quit Claim Deed Recording BooksRecording a Quitclaim Deed effectively gives "Constructive Notice" to the world that the grantee now has an interest in the property being deeded. Basically, constructive notice means that once a deed is recorded every person or entity in the world is legally presumed to have knowledge of the grantee's interest in the property, even if they have no actual knowledge of it.

In most states a Quitclaim Deed need not be recorded to be valid however it is generally required in order for the deed to be binding on a third party. If a Quitclaim Deed is not recorded it is possible for another person to claim an interest in a property ahead of the grantee of an unrecorded deed.

The recording of the deed is done in the county where the property is located.
 
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