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Grantee

An individual to whom a transfer or conveyance of property is made.

In a case involving the sale of land, the buyer is commonly known as the grantee.

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grantee

n. the party who receives title to real property (buyer, recipient, donee) from the seller (grantor) by a document called a grant deed or quit claim deed. (See: grant)

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GRANTEE. He to whom a grant is made.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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* The Conveyance of Real Property Is Effectuated by Both the Delivery of a Deed from the Titleholder of the Real Property and Acceptance by the Grantee--Delivery of a deed by the titleholder/grantor and acceptance by the grantee is essential to transfer title to the grantee.
Meanwhile, de Vera called on administrators of SUCs and LUCs "to put in place guidance counseling, tutorials and other student support services to ensure that TES grantees will be able to complete their degrees."
These SIF grantees match the federal funds and in turn fund local nonprofits (subgrantees), which also provide matching funds to implement community-based programs in one of three priority areas: youth development, economic opportunity, and healthy futures.
Three projects from Qatari directors are among the 26 projects selected for funding, four from Lebanon, three from Palestine and two returning grantees.
Under the core function of assurance, two grantees revised state and local regulations to reduce drinking water exposure risks (ES6).
Grantees' experiences acquiring the data necessary to enhance their existing databases varied greatly, depending on the nature and planned use of the data, available resources, existing relationships with data owners and partners, and internal operational decisions.
The artists, some of whom will be present, will donate a portion of the sales to the ACC for the use of the grantees.
"The Florida Bar Foundation is the only nonprofit organization linking 30 legal aid grantees statewide to provide legal services to vulnerable populations including the elderly, children, domestic violence victims, and families living in poverty," said Florida Bar President Greg Coleman.
capacity to cut off funds from their grantees; this argument seeks to
The Trust "responded to and funded an external agenda--an agenda of our grantees" for its first 60 years, said McNeil-Miller.