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Escrow Agreement

A written agreement between two or more parties whereby the grantor, promisor or obligor delivers certain instruments into the hands of a third party until the happening of a contingency or performance of a condition, and then to be delivered to the grantee, promises or obligee. When everything is deposited to enable carrying out the instructions, it is called a complete or perfect escrow.

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