Any area of land contained within a single description.
An association of two or more persons who have contracted to join in business and share the profits.
A wall generally erected on a property boundary or between two lots for the common benefit and use of the property owners on either side.
A conveyance of title to land by the Federal or State Government.
Any property that is not designated by law as real property (i.e., money, goods, evidences of debt, rights of action, furniture, automobiles).
A term referring to Property In Question.
A payment that combines Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance.
A plan, map or chart of a tract or town site dividing a parcel of land into lots.
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A document by which one person (called the "principal") authorizes another person (called the "agent" or "attorney-in-fact") to act for him or her in a specific manner in designated transactions.
A written report issued by a title company, preliminary to issuing title insurance, which shows the recorded condition of title of the property in question. Also referred to as "Pre" or "Prelim".
The order of preference, rank or position of the various liens and encumbrances affecting the title to a particular parcel of land. Usually, the date and time of recording determine the relative priority between documents.
The transcriptions in a county clerkÿs or recorder's office of instruments, which have been filed or recorded, including the indexes pertaining to them.