noun see reconvey

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • reconveyance — The transfer of title to real estate from a lender to the buyer when a loan secured by the property is paid off. A trustee (commonly a title or escrow company) usually holds title for the lender and handles the reconveyance when the loan is fully …   Law dictionary

  • Reconveyance — Re con*vey ance ( v? ?ns), n. Act of reconveying. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reconveyance — 1767; see RE (Cf. re ) + CONVEYANCE (Cf. conveyance) …   Etymology dictionary

  • reconveyance — See reconvey. * * * …   Universalium

  • reconveyance — noun The conveyance of a property back to a former owner …   Wiktionary

  • reconveyance — See discharge …   Financial and business terms

  • reconveyance — rɪːkÉ™n veɪəns n. act of resending, act of dispatching again; act of imparting again, act of making known again …   English contemporary dictionary

  • reconveyance — re·conveyance …   English syllables

  • reconveyance — re con•vey′ance n …   From formal English to slang

  • reconveyance — The return of title and ownership in real estate to a party that previously held title to it …   Black's law dictionary

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