A medical examination of a corpse to determine disease, injury, and cause of death, especially in a criminal investigation. Also termed postmortem; postmortem examination; necropsy; obduction.
A dangerous condition on a landowner’s property that may attract children onto the land and may involve risk or harm to their safety.
A buyer, especially of real property.
See, e.g. Warner v. Kaplan, 892 N.Y.S.2d 311 (N.Y. App. Div. 2009).
A seller, especially of real property. Also called venditor.
See, e.g. American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League, 130 S.Ct. 2201 (2010).
A document by which a grantor conveys his or her present interest, if any, in a given parcel of real property to a grantee without representing, covenanting, or warranting that the title is good.
See, e.g. Spreckels v. Brown, 212 U.S. 208, 210 (1909).