Habendum clause

Means 'to have and to hold' It defines the quantity of the estate that is transferred to the new owner of land.
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Habendum clause

A habendum clause is a clause in a deed or lease that defines the type of interest and rights to be enjoyed by the grantee or lessee. In a deed, a habendum clause usually begins with the words `to have and to hold.` Its provisions must agree with those stated in the granting clause. For example, if the grantor conveys a time share interest or an.....
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Habendum Clause

That part of a deed beginning with the words to have and to hold, following the grantor is conveying
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