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Bargain & Sale Deed

A written instrument used to transfer all of the right, title and interest of the grantor in and to a parcel of real property to the grantee. A bargain and sale deed does not include any warranties (promises), but ownership of the property by the grantor is implied by particular granting clause language. A bargain and sale deed will convey after-acquired title. Compare quitclaim deed and warranty deed.

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