Rhode Island Quit Claim Deeds

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Rhode Island 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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  Any conveyance of land in Rhode Island is required to be in writing, signed, acknowledged, delivered, and recorded in the town or city where the real estate is located. The statutory forms as referenced in the Rhode Island General Laws 34-11-11 can be used for quit claim conveyances and can be altered as circumstances may require. A duly executed quit claim deed will have the force and effect of a deed in fee simple to the grantee, his heirs and assigns with quit claim covenants on part of the grantor that he or she will warrant and defend forever the premises against the lawful claims and demands of all persons claiming by, through, or under the grantor (34-11-17). A quit claim deed contains "quit claim covenants," while a warranty deed contains a covenant of warranty.

Rhode Island, like many other New England states, does not have a county government system. The state is divided into municipalities, which handle all local government issues.
 
Rhode Island Information
Form and Effect of Quit Claim Deeds in Rhode Island as Defined in State Statutes
34-11-17 Effect of quit claim deed. – A deed substantially following the form entitled "Quit Claim Deed" shall, when duly executed, have the force ...

Quitclaim Deed Information for Washington County, Rhode Island
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Kent County, Rhode Island Quitclaim Deed Guidelines and Requirements
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Quit Claim Deed Providence County Rhode Island
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What is a Quick Claim Deed Form?
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How to Use Quit Claim Deed Wisely in a Divorce
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Quit Claim Deed - An Unrecorded Quit Claim Deed Can Still Be Valid
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Quitclaim Deed and Divorce Proceedings – Disadvantages Involved
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Common Uses Of A Quitclaim Deed During Divorce
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Has My Quitclaim Deed Been Executed?
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Divorce, Mortgage, and the Quitclaim Deed.
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How to Add, Change or Delete a Name on a Deed
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