The quitclaim deed of Colorado is used to the transfer the ownership of any property in Colorado from one person to another without any offer of the warranty of the ownership. Thus it does not provide the secured transfer of the property, and there should be caution taken while filing the quitclaim deed and there must be a bond of trust between both the parties so that there is no such case of the mistrust after the filing of the quitclaim. The notary public has to be present in front of the grantor while the file is recorded. The first step here is to get the form downloaded or get it from any nearby bookstores.
The county office and its address are to be mentioned in the area where the property is located. The name of the mail recipient, the name, and the address has also to be mentioned here. The state and the zip code of the state also have to be mentioned in the form. The legal statement of the property is required by the county office of Colorado very mandatorily. The full name of the grantee, his address and other personal details are to be mentioned. And lastly, the grantor’s signature is a must with his full name and address. Once the form has been filled up one can file the quitclaim deed in the County office of Colorado where they can charge you according to the location of the property.