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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 46, PROPERTY

    Chapter 5: Certain words in quitclaim deeds construed

      Section: 46:5-2: "Grantor" , "grantee" , "release" construed

           Whenever in any deed there shall be used the words "the grantor (or the said ) releases to the said grantee (or the said ) all his claims upon the said lands" , such deed shall be construed as if it set forth that "the grantor (or releasor) hath remised, released, and forever quitclaimed, and by these presents doth remise, release and forever quitclaim unto the grantee (or releasee), his heirs and assigns, all right, title and interest whatsoever, both at law and in equity, in or to the lands and premises granted (or released) or intended so to be, so that neither he, nor his personal representatives, his heirs or assigns, shall at any time thereafter have, claim, challenge or demand the said lands and premises, or any part thereof, in any manner whatever" .

This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:54.

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