Perhaps an important “question to this question” is the following: is the intent to transfer only mineral rights to those beneficiaries?
A Quitclaim Deed most certainly can be used to transfer the ownership of property from a named corporation to a new individual owner.
Yes, either a Quitclaim Deed or a Warranty Deed can be used to transfer the mineral rights held for a piece of property.
Providing mortgage payments on a property is not the same as revising the Deed for a property, and it is a Deed that designates ownership.
In most states, evidence of the death of a joint owner on a Survivorship Deed (i.e. a certified copy of a death certificate) must be filed with the county records office, along with an affidavit or other sworn statement indicating that the surviving joint owner is the sole survivor and now sole owner of the property.
To split an existing real estate parcel for transfer to new owners, the new parcels must first be created legally.
A Beneficiary Deed is a transfer-on-death instrument. That means when this form of Deed is used in conjunction with a Last Will and Testament, probate is avoided.
If a real estate property has been properly assigned via Quitclaim Deed to any other person, that property is no longer an asset of the person who gave it away.
A Quitclaim Deed cannot be used for a vehicle, only real estate property. A vehicle is transferred by vehicle title through the BMV.
The answer to this question would depend on a number of factors: