The Bargain and Sale deed, which has been discussed, transfers full title to the property. It is used for the purpose of consummating a sale, particularly where the grantor is unwilling to make any covenants as to possession and title in the future. Often a person does not own the property but merely some small interest or claim, real or fancied. Should it be desired to transfer this, the quit claim deed is used. It is similar in wording to the bargain and sale deed except that the granting clause uses the words "remise, release and quitclaim" instead of "grant and release." Under this form of deed the grantor is not held to be undertaking to give any title, he merely surrenders whatever claim he may have.