good title

Definition of "good title"
  1. Ownership of real estate that is free from any competing claims and can be readily transferred or used as collateral
How to use "good title" in a sentence
  1. The court determined that the family had a good title to the ancestral home.
  2. Before applying for the loan, they had to ensure they had a good title to the property for it to serve as collateral.
  3. During the property transaction, the lawyer verified the seller's good title.

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