A Delaware Quitclaim Deed is a legal document that you can use to transfer lands, tenements, and hereditaments to an individual (or an entity). Completing a deed can be overwhelming, therefore, to make the process easier you can use a form of the deed which can be found in the Delaware Code as an example (25-121), although instead of using the word "grant" they must use the word "quitclaim." According to it, the deed shall contain the name of the grantor, the name of the grantee, the amount of the consideration paid, the address and the description of the real property, and other details. Don't forget to make sure your quitclaim deed is duly acknowledged and recorded as stated in sections 25-122, 25-151 of the state code.
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