Alaska Statutes Title 34. Property § 34.15.040. Form of quitclaim deed

(a) A quitclaim deed may be substantially in the following form:

“The grantor (here insert the name or names and place of residence), for and in consideration of (here insert consideration) conveys and quitclaims to (here insert grantee's name or names) all interest which I (we) have, if any, in the following described real estate (here insert description), located in the State of Alaska.

“Dated this ․․․ day of ․․․․․․․․․․, 2․․․”

(b) A deed substantially in the form set out in (a) of this section, when otherwise duly executed, is considered a sufficient conveyance, release and quitclaim to the grantee and the heirs and assigns of the grantee, in fee of all the existing legal and equitable rights of the grantor in the premises described in the deed.


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