In the state of New Hampshire, a quit claim deed is used to convey the ownership interest of a property. This document conveys the interest of a property from the Grantor, the party selling or transferring the home, to the Grantee, the party purchasing or receiving the home, without any guarantees on the title. This means that the ownership interest may be transferred without the buyer knowing whether or not the seller has the legal authority to sell the property due to potential title issues. As a good business practice, the purchaser should conduct a thorough title search to ensure that the title of a property is clear.
New Hampshire Quit Claim Deed Laws - RSA 477:28
Signing - According to New Hampshire Law (§ 477:3) the Grantor must sign the quit claim deed in the presence of a Notary Public.
Recording - Once notarized, the quit claim deed must be filed with the County Recorder’s Office in the city or county where the property is located.