A Utah quit claim deed is a document that a person will use to convey property. Quit claim deeds provide no warranty or guarantee on the title of a property, but it does guarantee that the seller will not come back at a later date to claim an interest on the property. These types of transfers are often used between family members. Nevertheless, a thorough title search should be conducted to ensure that the title of the property is clear.
Utah Quit Claim Deed Laws - § 57-1-13
Signing - Accoriding to Utah state law (§ 57-3-101) the seller or sellers must sign the deed in the presence of a Notary Public.
Recording - Once the document has been signed and witnessed by a Notary Public, the grantor (the selling party) must then file the quit claim deed with the County Recorders office in the city or county where the property is located.