A Hawaii quitclaim deed allows a property owner (grantor) to quickly transfer ownership of a property to another party (grantee) without any sort of guarantee of ownership or title discovery process. This deed transfer is often used to move property between family members or trusted parties.
Laws & Requirements
Signing Requirements: Hawaii Revised Statutes § 502-41: The grantor must sign in the presence of a notary public.
Transfer Tax: Yes. Correction deeds are exempt.
Below, you can find what a Hawaii quitclaim deed typically looks like.