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What is grantor?

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what is the responsibility of a grantor, putting up security example car if the person that has taken out the loan has not paid the loan off in full what is the responsibility of a guarantor

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What is a grantor?

A Grantor conveys whatever title the Grantor possesses in real estate to a grantee, the buyer. Grantor = seller.


Who is the Grantor on a mortgage loan?

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Who is the Grantor in a testamentary trust?

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When does a power of attorney dissolve?

When the grantor says it is no longer valid. Or when the grantor is no longer living.


The grantor of a warrenty deed dies do his heirs have to guarantee the deed?

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If you sell it to me then an i the grantee or grantor?

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Is a Grantor Retained Annuity Trust revocable or irrevocable?

A Grantor Retained Annuity Trust is irrevocable.


When is a quit claim deed legal?

A deed is legal when it has been properly executed by the grantor unless there is fraud or they don't own the property. A legal quit claim deed is one that is properly drafted for its jurisdiction, properly executed by the grantor and the grantor owns, or believes they own, an interest in the property. A title examination performed by a professional can confirm if the grantor is the owner of the property.


When can a power of attorney be terminated?

At any time the grantor wants to terminate it. It also ends upon the death of the grantor.