Equitable title

Definition
: title vested in one who is considered by the application of equitable principles to be the owner of property even though legal title is vested in another <the purchaser under a contract for sale had equitable title to and an insurable interest in the property>
specif
: the right to receive legal title upon performance of an obligation



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