General Warranty Law and Legal Definition

General Warranty is a warranty against the claims of all persons.In property law, warranty is a promise that the buyer's title to a parcel of land will be defended. It is a covenant by which the grantor in a deed promises to secure to the grantee the estate conveyed in the deed, and pledges to compensate the grantee with other land if the grantee is evicted by someone having better title.