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Can you combine two lots?

A lot consolidation plat is essentially a re-mapping of two or more adjacent lots or parcels of land, combining them into one larger parcel. ... If approved, the consolidation plat effectively marks the new legal boundary for the consolidated piece of land.

What is the granting clause in a deed?

Granting Clause. The portion of an instrument of conveyance, such as a deed, containing the words that transfer a present interest from the grantor to the grantee.

What does the Habendum clause in a deed indicate?

A habendum clause is a clause in a deed or lease that defines the type of interest and rights to be enjoyed by the grantee or lessee. In a deed, a habendum clause usually begins with the words "to have and to hold".

What is Habendum and Reddendum?

The habendum clause (also known as the to have and hold clause) identifies the bundle of legal rights that are being conveyed by the deed; it could could specify fee simple or life estate. The reddendum clause reserves something for the grantor, such as a right in the title; it could specify a remainder estate.

What does TO HAVE AND TO HOLD mean in a deed?

The Meaning At its most basic, To Have and To Hold refers to the physical embrace of husband and wife. To have is to receive without reservation the total self-gift of the other. It's not a statement of ownership, but rather a promise of unconditional acceptance.

What is a granting clause?

Granting Clause. The portion of an instrument of conveyance, such as a deed, containing the words that transfer a present interest from the grantor to the grantee.

What part of a deed limits the amount of the estate granted?

Habendum clause: Habendum is the beginning of the Latin phrase meaning to have and to hold. You may still see deeds using this phrase. The clause limits the estate being granted. For example, a habendum clause may limit the grant to a life estate by saying, To have and to hold during her natural life.

Does a deed need a granting clause?

Granting clause: A granting clause states that the grantor is conveying ownership of the property to the grantee. ... Grantor's signature: The grantor must sign the deed for it to be valid. Usually, if more than one person owns a property, all the owners must sign.

What is needed for a deed to be valid?

For a deed to be valid, it must meet the following requirements: The grantor must have legal capacity, which means that the grantor is of sound mind and lawful agein most states, the minimum age is 18. ... There must be enough information in the deed to identify the grantee with reasonable certainty.

What makes a deed invalid?

If Fraud is committed by either the grantor or grantee, a deed can be declared invalid. For example, a deed that is a forgery is completely ineffective.
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