A Nevada quit claim deed is a legal document that allows one to convey a property to someone without a guarantee or warranty. A quit claim deed only transfers an owner’s rights to the buyer, ensuring that the previous owner cannot come back at a later date to claim an interest on the property. These documents are often used for transfers between close friends or family members, and even in cases of divorce. Nevertheless, it is always highly recommended that the seller conduct a thorough title search on the property before proceeding with the transfer.
Nevada Quit Claim Deed Laws - NRS 111.312
Recording - All quit claim deeds filed in the state are to be submitted to the County Recorder’s Office in the corresponding city or county that the property is located in.
Other Required Documents
The following documents are required when filing a quit claim deed in Nevada.
These documents, as well as their instructions, are available here.