deed inter partes

A deed executed by grantor and grantee. Smith v Emery, 12 NJL 53, 60. A deed executed by the persons named therein as grantor and grantee, as distinguished from a deed executed by the agent or attorney of one of the parties or by the agent of each of them, acting in their behalf. Abbey v Chase, 60 Mass (6 Cush) 54.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • inter partes — Between the parties. See deed inter partes; instrument inter partes …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • charta de una parte — /karta diy yuwna partly/ A deedpoll; a deed of one part. Formerly used to distinguish a deed poll that is, an agreement made by one party only from a deed inter partes …   Black's law dictionary

  • nominativus pendens — /nomanatayvas pendenz/ A nominative case grammatically unconnected with the rest of the sentence in which it stands. The opening words in the ordinary form of a deed inter partes, This indenture, etc., down to whereas, though an intelligible and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • reform — To correct, rectify, amend, remodel. Instruments inter partes may be reformed, when defective, by a court. By this is meant that the court, after ascertaining the real and original intention of the parties to a deed or other instrument (which… …   Black's law dictionary

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