- n a person who makes a grant in legal form
conveyed from grantor to grantee
- I doubt that a pardon can be overturned, either by the grantor, or by previous grantors.
- The state in which it is located gets it through "escheat," a feudal doctrine by which the land of a man who died without heirs reverted to the original grantor, or lord of the .
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- Real Estate Transactions Recorded: May 27 - 31, 2013
Grantor: WM Snowmass, LLC. Grantee: BG Spring, LLC. Aspen, Colo. Property: 300 South Spring Street, unit 302 Cost: $710,000 Grantor: Enclave Unit 9, Ltd. Grantee: 834 Aspen, LLC, Chicago, Ill. Property: Enclave at Aspen, lot 9 Cost: $6.5 million Grantor: Susan Wurtzel and Harvey S. Wurtzel Estate read more
June 10, 2013 - Aspen Daily News
- David Dewhurst in International Herald Tribune
A blind trust businesswise is not very different from this grantor trust, but you're taxed on passive income versus income,Dewhurst said. "There's a huge penalty with that."
- Barbara Lawton in Wisbusiness.com
We will continue in our traditional role as a grantor and partner to arts and culture organizations statewide,Lawton said. "And we seek to expand our capacity to meet demand in regional economic development, workforce development through...