quitclaim, n.

1. A formal release of one’s claim or right.

2. See quitclaim deed under DEED.

quitclaim, vb.

1. To relinquish or release (a claim or right).

2. To convey all of one’s interest in (property), to whatever extent one has an interest; to execute a quitclaim deed. [Cases: Deeds 25, 121. C.J.S. Deeds ¡ì¡ì 17, 261.]

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