Clear title is a title to a property without lien of levy. If the owner is undisputed and no other party can claim to its ownership (e.g. bank, lender, former spouse). The clear title is important during transactions, as the buyer wants to be sure that the seller is allowed to sell the property.
See also: absolute title.
- Dragich, M. J. (2001). State Constitutional Restrictions on Legislative Procedure: Rethinking the Analysis of Original Purpose, Single Subject, and Clear Title Challenges. Harv. J. on Legis., 38, 103.
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