An Idaho quitclaim deed allows a property’s owner, known as a grantor, to convey rights and interest in a property to someone else, known as a grantee, without any guarantees of ownership or title search. This type of deed works best when the two parties know and trust one another.
Laws & Requirements
Statute: Idaho Statutes § 55-612: The word “grant” should not appear in the deed as it creates an implied guarantee.
Signing Requirements: Idaho Statutes § 55-805: The grantor’s signature must be acknowledged by a notary public.
Recording Requirements: Quitclaim deeds in Idaho require recording with the Idaho County Clerk and Recorder in the county where the property is. Find the Idaho Counties information here and check the filing fees for your county.
Transfer Tax: No.
Additional Documents: Idaho Statutes § 55-2504: Residential Property Disclosure Statement.
You can download an Idaho quitclaim deed below.