Person A and person B were married and owned real estate. We had a judgment and FiFa against Person A. Less than a year after issue, Person A quit-claimed the real estate to Person B (by the way, no other liens). Person B then executes a warranty deed to Person C (a relative). FiFa was issued in 1996. The appropriate renewals were properly done in 2003 and 2010. The quit claim was executed in 1997. The warranty deed was executed from Person B to Person C in 2001. Is there a statute of limitation to bring an action in this matter, and if not, what is the actual cause of action to restore the title to Person A in order to execute the FiFa, or can the FiFa still be executed against the real estate after the title has transferred ?
There are several real estate documents that may be required when buying or selling property, including a purchase agreement, property disclosure and deed.
A quitclaim deed is used to transfer ownership without a sale taking place or verifying ownership. It's often used to transfer property between family members.