quitclaim

verb
quit·claim | \ˈkwit-ˌklām \
quitclaimed; quitclaiming; quitclaims

Definition of quitclaim 

transitive verb

: to release or relinquish a legal claim to especially : to release a claim to or convey by a quitclaim deed

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quitclaim noun

First Known Use of quitclaim

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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quisutsch

quit

quitch

quitclaim

quitclaim deed

quite

quite apart from

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quitclaim

transitive verb
quit·claim | \ˈkwit-ˌklām \

Legal Definition of quitclaim 

: to release a claim to specifically : to release a claim to and convey by quitclaim deed required under the divorce decree to quitclaim the property to his wife

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quitclaim noun

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