5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Quit Claim Deed
- General Warranty Deed
- a A conveyance by which the grantor transfers whatever interest he or she has in real estate, without warranties or obligations
- b The person transferring title to or an interest in real property to a grantee
- c A person who has made a valid will. A woman often is referred to as a testatrix, although testator can be used for either gender.
- d A deed in which the grantor fully warrants good clear title to the premises. Used in most real estate deed transfers, a general warranty deed offers the greatest protection of any deed
- e A written document, properly witnessed, providing for the transfer of title to property owned by the decease, called the testator.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Person dies without a valid will; his or her property will pass to heirs as provided in the state law of descent
- A written instrument that, when delivered, conveys title to or an interest in real estate
- A gift of real property by will. The donor is the devisor and the recipient is the devisee
- An instrument that grants a trustee under a land trust full power to sell, mortgage, and subdivide a parcel of real estate. The beneficiary controls the trustee's use of these powers under the provisions of the trust agreement
- A deed used by a trustee under a deed of trust to return title to the trustor
5 True/False questions
Adverse possession → An instrument that grants a trustee under a land trust full power to sell, mortgage, and subdivide a parcel of real estate. The beneficiary controls the trustee's use of these powers under the provisions of the trust agreement
Title → (1) The right to ownership or the ownership of land. (2) The evidence of ownership of land.
Voluntary Alienation → Voluntary transfer of title to Real Estate property, either a gift or selling of property
Habendum Clause → Words in deed on conveyance that state the grantor's intention to convey the property at the present time. This clause is generally worded as "convey and warrant"; "grant"; "grant, bargain, and sell"; or the like
Granting Clause → "To have and to hold" clause in a deed defining the extent of ownership bing granted; i.e., a life estate or a defeasible fee