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A quit claim deed in the state of Oregon is a document that legally transfers property from one person to another. This form of property transfer comes with no guarantees as to whether or not the property has a clear title and if the seller has the legal authority to sell the property. Generally, this type of transfer is conducted between family members, but can also be used for expeditious property transfers. It is highly recommended that the buyer conduct a thorough title search on the property before proceeding with a quit claim deed transaction.
Oregon Quit Claim Deed Laws - ORS 93.865
Signing - The selling party must sign the quit claim deed in front of a Notary Public (ORS 93.410).
Recording - Once notarized, the quit claim deed must be filed with the County Court Clerk’s Office in the jurisdiction in which the property is located, along with any adjoining fees.
Additional Documents - Oregon state law requires the seller to sign a disclaimer, stating that they fully understand what they are signing (ORS 93.410).