Reddendum Clause Law and Legal Definition

Reddendum clause refers to the clause in a deed by which the grantor reserves something new to himself or herself out of that which s/ he granted before. This clause contains the reservations and exceptions which a grantor wishes to place in the deed. For example the grantor can reserve to himself/ herself the right to receive rent from the property for his/her life or any other benefit issuing from the land itself.