right, title, and interest

A term of art sometimes employed in accomplishing a levy of an execution on real estate for the purpose of securing under the writ whatever title the debtor may have in the land, as a fee simple, an estate for life or for years, a right of redemption, etc. 30 Am J2d Exec § 250. A term descriptive of the operation of a quitclaim deed in reference to the interest conveyed. 23 Am J2d Deeds § 291.

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