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Deleting grantees off my title

Posted on: 03rd Nov, 2006 11:08 am
I own a condo where Im the grantor and grantee. I have two other grantees on my title and I would like to remove them. Can I do this with a quitclaim deed and if yes how do I do this?

if the other person’s on the title of your condo agree to give their portion in the condo to you then they can use a quit claim deed to transfer their interest in your name.

for giving their interest to you they will have to sign a quit claim deed which will state that they are transferring their interest to you.

Posted on: 03rd Nov, 2006 11:24 am
Hi Xandr,

You can use a quit claim deed in order to remove their names from the title. To know about the entire process, refer to our section on Quit Claim Deed.

Posted on: 03rd Nov, 2006 11:37 am
Hi Xandr,

You can surely use the quit claim to remove the grantees. However, if you have initially conveyed a share of interest through the quit claim deed, then it will be difficult for you to cancel the deed and then prepare a fresh one. In that case, the grantees will have to transfer their shares back to you through quit claim deed.


Posted on: 05th Nov, 2006 09:29 pm
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