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Asked on: 8/24/13, 3:42 pm

In the state of Pennsylvania, if a grantor uses a quitclaim deed to add a grantee on to a property as joint tenancy with rights of survivorship, and the quitclaim deed is not registered/recorded until after the death of the grantor (regardless of time between deed signature and death of grantor), is the quitclaim deed still valid? If it is still valid, does the validity depend on registration/recording before the grantors will is executed?

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