grantee

[ gran-tee, grahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF grantee

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANTEE

In order to save the premises, the grantee will have to pay the mortgage.

It is merely a release of the grantor's interest to the grantee.

A mortgage should contain the names of the grantor and the grantee.

No grantee or his heirs could alienate the land held in fee tail.

If the ward was a female, the grantee disposed of her hand in marriage as well.

An indenture, on the other hand, consists of mutual obligation on the part of grantor and grantee.

Deeds-poll were mere written obligations of the grantor delivered to the grantee, the grantee making no covenants.

This means that the grantor has the legal title and right to possession, which right he conveys to the grantee.

The benefit of a warranty was confined to those who, by the act and consent of the grantee, succeeded to his place.

The first grantor by mentioning assigns simply enlarged the limits of his grantee's succession.

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