Property Spring 1995 William Nelson Chapter I: The Power of Legislatures to Allocate Wealth

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B. Six Warranties on Land

1. Covenant to Seisin: possession under a claim of right not

ownership; can occupy without owning but you think you own it.

2. Covenant of right to convey: normally a person who is seised will

have the right to convey, but sometimes not ie.. infant or insane.

3. Covenant against incumbrances: anything which takes away or

diminishes title (ie.. mortgages, tax liens, etc.)

4. Covenant of Warranty: grantor has good title
5. Covenant of quiet enjoyment: promise by grantor that future

owners may use and enjoy land.

6. Covenant for Further Assurance: not a promise about existing state of affairs. Rather, grantor will do whatever is

necessary to assure future holder's title.

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