There are 15 names in this directory beginning with the letter W.
Deed that contains a covenant that the grantor will protect the grantee against any and all claims; usually contains covenants ensuring good title, freedom from encumbrances, and quiet enjoyment.
In a sale or lease of prop_erty, a guarantee created by operation of law, whether or not the seller or landlord intended to offer it.
The right to use water from a body of water. See: Appropriation, Prior; Lit_toral Rights; Riparian Rights.
A person's stipulation regarding how his or her estate should be disposed of after he or she dies. Also called a testament.
A will that meets the statutory requirements for validity; as a general rule, it must be in writing and signed in the presence of at least two competent witnesses.
An oral will made on the testator's deathbed; valid in some states (al_though not in Minnesota) as to bequests of per_sonal property worth under $1,000.
Words used in endorsing a note to denote the note holder is not to look to the debtor personally in the event of nonpayment.
Words of Conveyance
The portion of a deed stating an intention to convey the property to the grantee. Also called a granting clause.
Loan arrangement in which an existing loan is retained and an additional loan is made that equals or exceeds the existing loan.