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11 June 2012

Grantor Versus Grantee

A grantor is the person "selling" or transferring the property from his or her ownership on a deed. The grantee is the person who is receiving the property.

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1 comment:

  1. Along with Grantor and Grantee, deed index books often use the terms Direct and Reverse to indicate buyer and seller.