Full Covenant And Warranty Deed

Definition of "Full covenant and warranty deed"

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Jeff Williamson, Real Estate Agent Ownerland Realty

Widely used of property deed containing five warranties:

  1. Covenant of seisin. This is an assurance the purchaser has possession of the estate in quantity and quality as was purported.
  2. Covenant of quiet enjoyment. An assurance against hostile claims to the property title.
  3. No liens and encumbrances.
  4. Covenant of further assurance. An assurance by the property seller to the purchase that all necessary actions to perfect a title will be undertaken, should any claims arise against the title.
  5. Warranty of title.

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