Individuals and entities can use an Alaska Quitclaim Deed if they want to convey real property without implying a warranty of title. To make sure your deed follows all of the Alaska Statutes requirements for deeds you can check out Title 34 (Property) and Title 40 (Public Records and Recorders). In those chapters, you can find the statutory form of a quitclaim deed (§ 34.15.040), information that the deed must be signed and sealed by the grantor (§ 34.15.010), acknowledged before an authorized person (§ 34.15.150), and recorded in a district where the real property is located (§ 40.17.020).
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