The grantor in a deed is the person who is transferring the property to another person. The person receiving the deed is the grantee. In an action for dissolution of marriage, the court may order one of the spouses to convey real estate to the other spouse. If you are unsure of your legal rights, you should consult an experienced lawyer in your area.
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In real estate, the grantor is the person who gives something. The grantee is the one who receives something.
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