escrow definition

  • noun:
    • cash, residential property, a deed, or a bond placed into the custody of an authorized for delivery to a grantee just following the fulfillment associated with the problems specified.
    • A written instrument, particularly a deed, temporarily deposited with a neutral alternative party (the Escrow agent), because of the agreement of two events to a valid agreement. The escrow broker will deliver the document to your benefited party once the conditions associated with the contract have already been met. The depositor does not have any control over the instrument in escrow.
    • in accordance legislation, escrow placed on the deposits just of devices for conveyance of land, but it now applies to all instruments therefore deposited.
    • cash or other residential property so deposited is also loosely named escrow.
    • their state of home deposited with an escrow broker.
    • A deed, bond, or any other written engagement, brought to a 3rd individual, is held by him till some work is done or some condition is performed, then to be by him sent to the grantee.
    • in-law, a writing fully executed by the parties, but placed into the custody of a third person to hold through to the fulfilment of some condition, when it's to-be brought to the grantee.
    • The conditional execution and deposit of an instrument this kind of method.
    • The custody of a writing so deposited.
    • a written arrangement (or home or cash) delivered to a third party or devote trust by one-party to a contract to-be returned after fulfillment of some problem
  • verb-transitive:
    • To place in escrow.
  • idiom:
    • in escrow In trust as an escrow.
  • verb:
    • to put in escrow.

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