Nevada Quitclaim Deed
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This Nevada Quitclaim Deed can be used to quickly and easily transfer real estate ownership from one party to another.
Document Last Modified: 5/13/2023
Quite literally, a quitclaim deed allows one owner to "quit their claim" to a piece of real estate. For example, if two siblings own a property together, and it requires $50,000 in repairs, one sibling might quitclaim their half of the property ownership to other sibling, washing their hands of the whole affair.
Recording a Nevada quitclaim deed does not require that a title search was run, or even that a settlement took place, for that matter. Normally, a title company verifies all the liens against a property, along with deed restrictions, encumbrances, rights of way and other potential clouds on the title. This protects the grantee, but it is timely and expensive.
In some cases, usually where the grantor and grantee know and trust one another, it is not necessary to undergo a full title search. Likewise, when the current owner wants to merely change the ownership from one form of legal ownership to another (e.g. from their personal name into an LLC), a Nevada quitclaim deed can be the perfect instrument.
Still, buyer beware: quitclaim deeds come with unusual risks and little guarantee of the state of the deed and title.
IMPORTANT A "Declaration of Value" form must be attached to all Quitclaim Deeds.
Nevada Rental Forms and Templates
Nevada Landlords need Lease forms for the entire Landlord lifecycle. We’ve got everything you need from move-in to move-out.
- Rental Application: This free Rental Application is the best way to start the screening process. Use it to gather important information and to get the necessary authorizations to run vital screening reports.
- Tenant Welcome Letter: Customize this letter to provide Tenants with important information about their new rental property.
- Rent Ledger: Use our rent ledger to document rent payments and to ensure you have a record of any missed payments.
- Nevada 3-Day Notice to Quit: This is used for specific Lease violations as outlined by Nevada Revised Statute 40.2514. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Nevada 5-Day Notice to Quit for Lease Violation: This form should be used for Lease violations other than non-payment of rent or those reasons listed in the 3-day notice to quit.
- Nevada 5-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit: This form should be used for Tenants that are late with rent. It informs Tenants that they need to pay rent or move out.
- Nevada 5-Day Unlawful Detainer Notice: This notice is for Tenants that need to vacate the property for failure to comply with prior notices.
- Nevada 7-Day No Cause Notice to Quit: This Notice should be used when there’s no Lease, a week-to-week Lease, or if the Tenant has stayed beyond the original Lease term.
- Nevada 30-Day No Cause Notice to Quit: This form should be used to terminate a month-to-month tenancy.
- Nevada Landlord-Tenant Eviction Handbook: This resource outlines the eviction process and provides details about both Landlord and Tenant rights.
- Nevada 5-Day Tenancy At-Will Notice: This form should be used to provide at-will Tenants with proper notice to vacate the property. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Nevada Quitclaim Deed: This form can be used to quickly and easily transfer property ownership from one party to another.