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Deed Grantor & witness
Posted by: Paulette Haynes (ID *****2977) Date: May 12, 2013 at 20:49:50
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Can a man be both the grantor and a witness to a deed? In other words if two men with the same name are on a deed (in this case a deed dated 1794), one the grantor and one a witness, are they two different men? Can a man legally be both the grantor and witness?


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