Definition of "Alienation clause"

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Jon Styles, Real Estate Agent CENTURY 21 Sundance Realty

Sometimes, the possibility of a real estate Alienation can be stipulated in a contract either allowing or forbidding it to happen. Whenever that happens, it’s referred to it by parties as “the alienation clause”.

So, when you hear someone talking about a real estate alienation clause, know that person is mentioning the part of the contract that talks about the right to transfer property from one person to another.

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