deed of conveyance


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Synonyms for deed of conveyance

a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it

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On March 10, 1620, a William Higgins and a Dorothy Samford were among the witnesses to a deed of conveyance on property at Ely Street, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Currently, the law assumes that any grantee in a strategic conveyance is mentally competent and that the deed of conveyance reveals the condition of the land.
The injunction was granted to neighbours Alphonsus and Claudia O'Mara, who claim Van is prohibited from carrying out the work by a deed of conveyance.
The State Bar described the execution of a deed of conveyance as so intimately interwoven with other elements of the closing process to be inseparable from the closing as a whole.
420 hectare, covered under original deed of conveyance no 1090 dated 17.