special warranty deed

A deed in which the grantor only covenants to warrant and defend the title against claims and demands of the grantor and all persons claiming by, through and under him. In some jurisdictions, such deed is called a quitclaim deed (q.v.)

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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