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conveyance

Legal Definition of conveyance

Noun

  1. A written document which transfers property from one person to another. In real estate law, the conveyance usually refers to the actual document which transfers ownership, between persons living (i.e. other than by will), or which charges the land with another's interest, such as a mortgage.

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Definition of conveyance

Pronunciation

  • (UK) IPA: /ˈkɒnˌveɪn̩s/, /kənˈveIn̩s/; SAMPA: /"̩kQn%veIn=s/, /k@n"veIn=s/

Noun

conveyance (plural conveyances)

  1. An act or instance of conveying.
  2. A means of transporting, especially a vehicle.
  3. (law) An instrument transferring title of an object from one person or group of persons to another.

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