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To relinquish or abandon; to forego a right to enforce or require anything.

Warranty Deed

A deed used to convey real property which contains warranties of title and quiet possession and the grantor thus agrees to defend the premises against the lawful claims of third persons. It is used commonly in other states but not in California where it has been supplanted by the grant deed. The modern practice of securing title insurance has reduced the importance of express and implied warranty in deeds.

Wrap-Around Mortgage

(Also called the all-inclusive mortgage or all inclusive trust deed.) The wrap-around mortgage is a purchase money mortgage which is subordinate to, but yet includes the encumbrance or encumbrances to which it is subordinated.






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