epitome of title
The modern method of deducing title to unregistered land. A schedule of all the documents of title, together with photocopies of the documents themselves.
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  • abstract of title — A condensed history of the title to land, consisting of a synopsis or summary of the material or operative portion of all the conveyances, of whatever kind or nature, which in any manner affect said land, or any estate or interest therein,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • abstract of title — A condensed history of the title to land, consisting of a synopsis or summary of the material or operative portion of all the conveyances, of whatever kind or nature, which in any manner affect said land, or any estate or interest therein,… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • abstract of title — A short account of the state of the title to real estate, or a synopsis of the instruments which show title an epitome of the record evidence of title. 1 Am J2d Abstr T § 1. It should contain a full summary of all grants, conveyances, wills and… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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