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Meaning of Quit Claim
A deed that conveys or releases the interest or title of the grantor in and to the property described in the deed as opposed to conveying the property itself. It is a deed which purports to convey only such title or interest as the grantor has. See Moelle v Sherwood, 148 U.S. 21, 13 S.Ct. 426, 37 L. Ed. 350.
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