Quitclaim deed form California
The transfer of a given piece of property to another person is done with the help of the quitclaim deed. But in this deed, there is no guarantee offered, and thus the transaction is done within the people who share a bond of trust with each other. The protection provided to the person is the least. The form, first of all, has to be filed in the nearby county of the place where the property which is dealt on is located. Each area of California has a specific rate, and that must be stated by the documentary transfer task.
The name of the person requesting and the person to whom the deed has to be made is written. The Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) has to be also mentioned in the form so that it can be known that from which county has been quitclaim deed been filed. The name of the person is also to be mentioned who is selling the property. The name of the buyer of the property also has to be mentioned. The city and area or the county where the property is located have also to be discussed, and there has to be the proper and legal description of the property.