covenant of warranty

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covenant of warranty (plural covenants of warranty)

  1. (countable, law, real estate) A legal agreement or promise, one of the English covenants of title and future covenants, whereby the grantor of a property assures the grantee that he or she will not be subject to the claims of someone with a paramount title, thereby guaranteeing the status of the title that is being conveyed.

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