English Covenants Law and Legal Definition
In property law, English covenants refers to a set of six traditional covenants of title made by the seller of a parcel of land to the buyer of that parcel. They are (1) covenant for seisin; (2) covenant of the right to convey; (3) covenant against encumbrances; (4) covenant for quiet enjoyment; (5) covenant of general warranty; and (6) covenant for further assurances.
Covenants of title is a guarantee made by the seller of a parcel of land to the buyer of that parcel regarding the legal status of the title.
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Related Legal Terms
- Concurrent Covenants
- Covenants Appurtenant
- Covenants in Gross
- English as a Second Language (ESL) [Education]
- English Literacy Program
- English-Only [Civil Rights]
- Individual Of Limited English Proficiency
- Limited English Proficient
- Mutual Covenants
- National Research Center on English Learning and Achievement [CELA]