Quitclaim Deed definition

Quitclaim Deed shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5.3(a).
Quitclaim Deed means the Quitclaim Deed in the form of Exhibit D.

Examples of Quitclaim Deed in a sentence

  • This Quitclaim Deed is expressly made subject to the following CERCLA information and specific reservations, covenants and agreements in favor of Grantor, and its assigns.

  • The following documents shall be used to complete the sale transaction: Purchase and Sale Agreement and Quitclaim Deed.

  • That upon the receipt of said sums, the County Executive is hereby authorized toexecute a Quitclaim Deed of Conveyance of the properties listed below and deliver the same to the offering party.

  • This Quitclaim Deed covering the Property is expressly made subject to the following reservations in favor of Grantor, and its assigns.

  • By accepting and recording this Quitclaim Deed, the Grantee expressly agrees to the Grantor’s reservation of, and otherwise grants to the Grantor, such restrictions on the use of the Combined Premises.

More Definitions of Quitclaim Deed

Quitclaim Deed as used herein shall mean a deed to relinquish any interest in property which the Grantor (owner) may have without any warranty of title interest.
Quitclaim Deed means a quitclaim deed to be executed by a Utility Owner relinquishing its rights to maintain a Utility in a particular location, as more particularly described in Section of the Technical Provisions.
Quitclaim Deed has the meaning set forth in Section 9.09.
Quitclaim Deed means a deed in the form attached as Exhibit B. -------------- ---------
Quitclaim Deed has the meaning assigned to such term in the definition of "Conveyance Documents."
Quitclaim Deed. Tenant shall execute and deliver to Landlord on the Expiration Date or earlier termination of this Lease, promptly on Landlord's request, a quitclaim deed to the Premises, in recordable form, designating Landlord as transferee.
Quitclaim Deed means a document by which an individual disclaims an interest in a piece of real property and passes that claim to another person.