title of record

Title to real estate appearing from an examination of the records of title and judicial records which have reference to the property or any part thereof. Sufficient in support of a plaintiff in ejectment where consisting of a regular chain of title from the government or some grantor in possession, or of a regular chain of title back to the common source from which both plaintiff and his adversary claim. 25 Am J2d Eject § 24. It has usually been held that where a purchaser of land contracts for good record title, he will not be required to accept a title which depends upon adverse possession not disclosed by record, even though such a title might be otherwise marketable. Anno: 46 ALR2d 570. See title by record.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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