An Arkansas Quitclaim Deed is an instrument of conveyance which individuals and entities can use to transfer real property. Generally, grantors choose this type of deed because it contains no title covenants, therefore, it does not provide grantees with a warranty of title. Due to the specific nature of a quitclaim deed, while constructing it the grantor shall avoid using words like "grant, bargain, and sell" since in accordance with the Code of Arkansas they imply certain covenants (18-12-102(B)). In addition to this, the deed shall be executed in the presence of two disinterested witnesses (18-12-104), duly acknowledged (18-12-201; 18-12-202), and recorded in the county where the real property is set (18-12-209).
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