Whenever, in any deed or instrument in writing for conveying or releasing land, there shall be used the words “release and quit claim,” such deed or instrument in writing or conveying or releasing land shall be construed as if it set forth that the grantor or grantors hath or have remised, released, and quit-claimed, and by these presents doth or do remise, release, and forever quit-claim, unto the grantee, his heirs and assigns, all right, title, interest, property, claim, and demand whatsoever, both in law and in equity, in or to the lands or premises released, or intended so to be, so that neither the grantor or grantors, nor his or their personal representatives, his or their heirs or assigns, shall, at any time thereafter, have, claim, challenge, or demand the said lands and premises, or any part thereof, in any manner whatever.
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