bond for deed

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from bond

Noun[edit]

bond for deed (plural bonds for deeds)

  1. (law): A document given by the owner of real estate to convey the property upon being paid money; an agreement to convey title in the future that, so long as it remains executory, allows title to remain vested in the original owner.