New Jersey Quitclaim Deed
New Jersey Quitclaim Deed
This deed is made on this day of , .
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|one grantor||, , whose mailing address is , referred to as the Grantor,|
|two grantors||, , whose mailing address is , and , , whose mailing address is , referred to as the Grantors,|
and , whose mailing address is , referred to as the "Grantee(s)."
The words "Grantor" and "Grantee" shall mean all Grantors and all Grantees listed above.
Transfer of Ownership. The Grantor grants and conveys (transfers ownership of) the property described below to the Grantee. This transfer is made for the sum of DOLLARS ($). The Grantor acknowledges receipt of this money.
Tax Map Reference. Tax lot number and block number from the current tax map of municipality.
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|no id number||No property tax identification number is available on the date of this Deed. (Check box if applicable.)|
Property. The Property consists of land and all the buildings and structures on the land in the of , County of and State of New Jersey. The legal description is:
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STATE OF NEW JERSEY, COUNTY OF ________________________
I CERTIFY that on _____________________, 20____, _______________________________________ personally came before me and acknowledged, under oath, to my satisfaction that this person (or if more than one, each person):
(a) was the maker of the attached Deed;
(b) executed this Deed as his/her own act; and
(c) made this Deed for $______________ as the full and actual consideration paid or to be paid for the transfer of title. (Such consideration is defined in N.J.S.A. 46:15-5.)
Notary printed name
Expiration date and jurisdiction
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Legally transfer property in New Jersey with this simple form
Using a quitclaim deed is a common and simple way to transfer property. It conveys whatever interest you have in a piece of property without making any promises about the type of interest you’re conveying.
You can use Nolo’s New Jersey Quitclaim Deed to do the following and more:
- transfer property to or from a revocable living trust
- transfer property to one spouse as part of a divorce
- clarify an ambiguity about inherited property-- for example, by giving up potential rights to inherited real estate
- settle uncertainties about other kinds of claims -- for example, by relinquishing the rights to an easement
- transfer one co-owner’s interest to another co-owner -- for example, when one co-owner buys out another
- transfer part of your interest to a new co-owner -- for example, by transferring property you own by yourself into shared ownership with someone else
- change the way owners hold title to the property -- for example, by transferring title from joint tenants to tenants in common, or the other way around.
Nolo's New Jersey Quitclaim Deed includes up-to-date instructions for preparing a quitclaim deed, getting it notarized, and recording (filing) it with the county recorder. You'll learn how to:
- complete your quitclaim deed
- figure out whether you must pay New Jersey's property transfer tax
- obtain a Seller's Residency Certification, and
- record your deed.