Definition of "muniment"
  1. An official document, such as a deed, judgment, or statutory grant, that transfers ownership of real property and allows a person to maintain a claim or defend the title
How to use "muniment" in a sentence
  1. The court recognized the deed as a muniment to prove ownership of the house.
  2. She used the statutory grant as a muniment to defend her title to the land.
  3. A judgment can serve as a muniment, providing the legal right to hold a claim.

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