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What is the difference between a Colorado quitclam deed and a Colorado warranty deed? Well, one makes representations about the condition of title and the other does not.

In a Colorado warranty deed, the grantor (seller) makes promises to the grantee (buyer) about the condition of title. Those promises vary based upon the particular situation.

In a Colorado quitclaim deed, the grantor makes no promises about the condition of title. The grantor is simply transferring whatever rights he or she has in the real property to the grantee.

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