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  • noun Plural form of reconveyance.

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Examples

  • A question arose as to the Duke of York's title after 1674; reconveyances were made, but in spite of past assurances the duke claimed the proprietary right of government.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Among the deeds transmitted to me by the Board from Raleigh are also sundry reconveyances of large tracts in Tyrrell Co; one in particular, for 40,000 acres on the west Side of Aligator River and east Side of Aligator Lake, and a second for 22,000 acres of revested land lying near Pungo Lake -- known as Jones and Davis Patent.

    The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina; A Documentary History, 1790-1840. Vol. II

  • In addition, you will resolve routine title issues including, but not limited to the following: vesting issues, child support liens, judgment liens, mechanic liens and undisclosed liens reconveyances; may processes subordinations;

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  • In the case of unauthorized reconveyances, such as the one in the case before it, the court found that former Civil Code section 2243 fn. 2 "would protect innocent purchasers for value who take without any notice that the conveyance by the trustee was unauthorized ...."

    The Home Equity Theft Reporter Cases & Articles

  • Northwest Trustee Services is a full-service trustee company servicing all matters related to residential and commercial foreclosures, monitoring of senior sales, loss mitigation, and reconveyances.

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  • This bill regulates foreclosure consultants and foreclosure reconveyances in order to protect homeowners from foreclosure rescue schemes that deplete the homeowner's equity.

    The Home Equity Theft Reporter Cases & Articles

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