A Colorado quitclaim deed is a document used to transfer property from one person to the next without any warranties as to the owner or title. This is common when transferring property between family members or changing the deed to add or remove a party, like a spouse.
Laws & Requirements
Statute: Colorado Revised Statute § 38-30-113(1)(d): Deeds in Colorado must use the word “quitclaim” instead of “convey,” and “The seller quitclaims the property to the buyer” instead of “The seller conveys the property to the buyer.”
Signing Requirements: Colorado Revised Statute § 38-35-103: The forms must be signed in the presence of a notary public.
Recording Requirements: You must file a Colorado quitclaim deed with the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.
Transfer Tax: Yes.
Below, you can find what a Colorado quitclaim deed typically looks like.