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Virginia quit claim deeds are county specific. Select the county where the property is located form information and forms specific to that county.
Accomack
Albemarle
Alexandria City
Alleghany
Amelia
Amherst
Appomattox
Arlington
Augusta
Bath
Bedford
Bland
Botetourt
Bristol
Brunswick
Buchanan
Buckingham
Buena Vista City
Campbell
Caroline
Carroll
Charles City
Charlotte
Charlottesville City
Chesapeake City
Chesterfield
Clarke
Colonial Heights City
Covington City
Craig
Culpeper
Cumberland
Danville City
Dickenson
Dinwiddie
Essex
Fairfax
Fairfax City
Falls Church City
Fauquier
Floyd
Fluvanna
Franklin
Franklin City
Frederick
Fredericksburg City
Galax City
Giles
Gloucester
Goochland
Grayson
Greene
Greensville
Halifax
Hampton City
Hanover
Harrisonburg City
Henrico
Henry
Highland
Hopewell City
Isle Of Wight
James City
King And Queen
King George
King William
Lancaster
Lee
Lexington City
Loudoun
Louisa
Lunenburg
Lynchburg City
Madison
Manassas City
Manassas Park City
Martinsville City
Mathews
Mecklenburg
Middlesex
Montgomery
Nelson
New Kent
Newport News City
Norfolk City
Northampton
Northumberland
Norton City
Nottoway
Orange
Page
Patrick
Petersburg City
Pittsylvania
Poquoson City
Portsmouth City
Powhatan
Prince Edward
Prince George
Prince William
Pulaski
Radford
Rappahannock
Richmond
Richmond City
Roanoke
Roanoke City
Rockbridge
Rockingham
Russell
Salem
Scott
Shenandoah
Smyth
Southampton
Spotsylvania
Stafford
Staunton City
Suffolk City
Surry
Sussex
Tazewell
Virginia Beach City
Warren
Washington
Waynesboro City
Westmoreland
Williamsburg City
Winchester City
Wise
Wythe
York
 
 
 
  A quit claim deed executed in Virginia is a legal document by which at least two parties are bound. This real estate document, according to the Real Property title in the Code of Virginia, is considered to include all the grantor’s estate, right, title, and interest of the land, unless other intentions are expressed (55-49). Further, the language of conveyance in a quit claim deed serves to release the grantor’s estate, right, title, or interest of the Virginia real estate to the grantee. A quit claim deed allows the grantor to “quit” his or her interest in the real property—without guaranteeing that the grantor has any interest in the property. Because of the nature of a quit claim deed in Virginia, when property that the grantor does not own at the time of execution, but will acquire prior to the execution, is described with reasonable clarity in the quit claim deed, this property will be conveyed in the deed. It will be as though the after-acquired title were vested in the grantor at the time the quit claim deed was created, which means that the grantee would be entitled to after-acquired title. If such property or title is not referred to or described with clarity in the quit claim deed, the grantee is not entitled to after-acquired title (Code of Virginia, 55-52).  
Virginia Information
Accomack County Regulations for Quit Claim Documents
Quit Claim Deed Recording Regulations for Accomack County, Virginia The clerk of the Accomack County Circuit Court is responsible for recording real ...

Chesterfield County Requirements for Quit Claim Forms
Chesterfield County, Virginia: Quit Claim Deed Recording Requirements The Circuit Court Clerk’s office records quit claim deeds and every other off...

Virginia Beach City Standards for Recording Quit Claim Deeds
Quit Claim Deed Formatting Standards as Required for Recording in Virginia Beach City, Virginia As a court of record, the Clerk of the Circuit Court ...

Formatting a Standard Quit Claim Deed in the County of James City Virginia
The Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for recording land records. Quit claim deeds and many other instruments pertaining to real property in the Co...

Recording a Standard Quit Claim Deed in Appomattox County
The Circuit Court Clerk is responsible for maintaining and recording real property records for the county. Quit Claim deeds and many other documents p...

Falls Church City Requirements for Recording Quit Claim Forms
Using a Quit Claim Deed to Transfer Property in Falls Church City, Virginia Real property transactions involving property located within the City of ...

Requirements for Preparing and Recording Quit Claim Deeds in King George County Virginia
Creating a Compliant Quit Claim Deed for Recordation in King George County, Virginia Quit claim deeds and other instruments pertaining to real proper...

Creating a Standardized Quit Claim Deed for Recording in Shenandoah County
Real property documents such as quit claim deeds and other instruments that convey property or interest in property are recorded with the Office of th...

Hanover County Requirements for Real Property Transfer Document Recording
Preparing a Quit Claim Deed in Compliance with Hanover County, Virginia Recording Standards The Land Records Division in the Clerk of the Circuit Cou...

Quit Claim Form Standards for Arlington County Virginia
How to Create a Standard Quit Claim Deed for Arlington County, Virginia Land records, including quit cla...

 
 
 
 
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