Definitions for "General warranty deed"
A general warranty deed is a deed in which shows all of the sellerâ€(tm)s interest along with the title to the buyer but also states that if there is a lien on the title then the buyer can hold the seller responsible.
A deed where the grantor warrants title as to the claims of all others.
Deed that assures a purchaser that title to the property is free and clear of liens, encumbrances, and covenants and insures the purchaser against any future claims against the property.
Keywords:  promise
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