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Definition of the noun Abstract of Title
What does Abstract of Title mean as a name of something?
- [legal] An epitome of the evidences of ownership; the condensed history of title to a particular parcel of real estate.
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For Salespersons and Brokers by Edith Lank
An abstract of title is a condensed history of all the instruments affecting a particular parcel of land. In New York, chains of title frequently date back to a grant from the king of England or a grant to a Dutch patroon. Through the chain of title, the ...
by Lynn T. Slossberg
An abstract of title is a condensed history of each document affecting the title of a particular parcel of real property prepared by a licensed and bonded abstractor. The abstractor develops the chain of title and “abstracts” each document, which ...
by Linda L. Crawford, David S. Coleman
An abstract of title is a summary report of what the title search found in the public record. The person who prepares this report is called an abstractor. The abstractor searches the public records and then prepares a condensed history of the ...
by Edith Lank, Joan Sobeck, Joan m Sobeck
An abstract of title is a condensed history of all instruments affecting a particular parcel of land. Through the chain of title, the ownership of the property can be traced from its origin to its present owner. If this cannot be done, it is said that there ...
Quick Reference by Stephen Michael Sheppard
ABSTRACT OF TITLE (TITLE ABSTRACT) A brief record of each of the deeds in the chain of title to a parcel of land. See also: ABSTRACT; TITLE, TITLE SEARCH (EXAMINATION OF TITLE); DEED, WILD DEED. ABUSE Improper use or ill ...
by Steven H. Gifis
ABSTRACT OF TITLE a short history of title to land, noting all conveyances, transfers, grants, wills and judicial proceedings, and all encumbrances and liens, together with evidence of satisfaction and any other facts affecting title.
by Jonathan Law
abstract of title A document used in conveyancing land to show how the vendor derived good title. For registered land, the abstract of title consists of official copies of the entries in the register.
by Carol Kammen, Amy H. Wilson
An abstract is a summary of a document, such as an abstract ofjudgment or abstract of title to real property. accessioning. See deaccession. account books. Financial records kept by individuals, shops, and companies. These are often difficult ...
by J.J.S. WHARTON
Abstract of title, an epitome of the evidences of ownership. Such an abstract should show the soundness of a person's right to a given estate, together with any charges or circumstances in anywise affecting it. A perfect abstract discloses that ...
Encyclopedia of Iowa Law (1914)
Being a Plain Statement of the Law of Iowa So Far as it Affects the People in Their Business, Domestic and Social Relations ... by Ezra Christian Ebersole
An abstract of title is a brief and orderly statement of all the facts which affect the title to a piece of land. It should give the date of every such fact and the book and page where it may be found of record. It should show all government patents and ...
A Dictionary of Law (2015)
by Jonathan Law
abstract of title Written ...
Being a New Abridgment by the Most Eminent Legal Authorities by Sir Alexander Wood Renton, William Bowstead
The right to an abstract of title is implied in every contract for the sale of land, unless excluded by express stipulation (see Sugden, Vendors and Purchasers, 14th ed., 406), so that, if an abstract is not delivered within a reasonable time, the ...
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