If you want to sell your real property you should look into using an Arizona Quitclaim Deed for this purpose. This type of deed offers the grantee no warranty of title and must be constructed in accordance with the statutory form which can be found in the Arizona Revised Statutes (33-402(1)). When you - a grantor - use a quitclaim deed to shift property in Arizona to a grantee, you shall execute it in writing and sign it before a person who is authorized to take acknowledgments (33-401(B)). After that, you shall present your deed for recordation in the office of the county where the real property is located (33-411; 33-411.01). That way your deed will be legitimate and empowered by the law.
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