good title


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good title

n. ownership of real property which is totally free of claims against it and therefore can be sold, transferred, or put up as security (placing a mortgage or deed of trust on the property).

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The arrest of my unfortunate brother forms no such good title to the high office of Chancellor, as thy chivalrous and courageous denial establishes in thee to the truncheon of High Marshal.
But your first one is rather a good title," she added, looking at Irais and drawing out her note-book.
This is a good title for readers who wonder what Katniss would do in Ender's world.
Three former champions, Duncan, Carl Tundo and Baldev Chager, need to finish in top positions in the last event to stand good title chances.
A good title, in that case, could be of great help.
This volume is certainly a good title for a district professional collection and one that can be shared for reading the ideas of Barbara Stripling, Vi Harada, and others who have appreciated Blanche, and offer insight into our corner of the world of information.
It is a good title to fight for and I know Jordan Ellison.
It's a good title to fight for and I know Jordan Ellison and I know he'll come and he'll be game.
This allows private purchasers of vehicles subject to a finance agreement to acquire good title as long as they were unaware of the existence of such an agreement.
The 29-year-old told her Twitter and Instagram followers that her and her film cast have long been thinking of a good title for their new movie, but that they were unable to come up with one, that's why she would like them to think of one for them.
I don't want to take it with me to the ring - it's a good title, but it's just a title at the end of the day and with or without it, I still want to win.
My manager, Neil Marsh, has got me a good title and to number eight in the world - there are plenty of other options out there for me.