was with the gentleman for 17 years and took care of him
Real Estate Attorney
Although I note you are in California, if the law is similar to that in New York, what you are referring to is a "quitclaim deed". You stated that the Deed is recorded so as such, it is now a public record and is readily accessible by anyone as being a "public record". So while his daughter may easily obtain a copy of the recorded Deed directly herself without the need for your intecession, you can, easily enough, provide her with a copy as a courtesy in that you will be providing her with nothing more than she can readily obtain herself from the local Recorder's Office.
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Construction / Development Lawyer
Yes, just give to her. You are not giving away anything to her. Edward C. Ip www.lawyer4property.com
No attorney / client relationship established. The answr is for discussion and general information only. The lawyer had not reviewed any documents or contract prior to the above comments.
4 lawyers agree
Not a problem, it is already public record.
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