Fill out a New Hampshire Quitclaim Deed if you would like to convey your real property without providing a grantee with a warranty of title. Generally, this kind of conveyance is applicable for transferring property between relatives, since the grantee in this situation does not receive much protection. A quitclaim deed in this state shall be signed by a grantor or by their attorney (477:1), acknowledged (477:3; 477:4), and recorded in the registry of deeds for the county where the real property in question is located (477:3-a). The process of preparation, execution, and recordation of the deed is governed by the New Hampshire Revised Statutes.
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