Definitions for "BARGAIN AND SALE DEED"
A deed transferring property for valuable consideration in which the Grantor implies to have an interest. No warranties of title are given. This is the most common deed used in N. J. today.
Any deed that recites a consideration and purports to convey the real estate; a bargain and sale deed with a covenant against the grantor's act is one in which the grantor warrants that grantor has done nothing to harm or cloud the title.
A deed which recites a consideration and conveys all of the grantor's interest in the property to the grantee.