grantor[ gran-ter, grahn-, gran-tawr, grahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF grantor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANTOR
He speaks of the benefit of joinder as derived from the persona of the grantor.
The assign could vouch the first grantor only on the principles of succession.
Hence he could only summon those from whom his grantor derived his title.
When the grantor conveyed, he stated in the deed that he was single.
The grantor covenants that he is lawfully seized of the estate.
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.
The party creating a trust is called the grantor or settlor.
Trusts may be created by will to take effect at the grantor's death.
You will observe that it is neither signed nor sealed by the grantor.'