Legal Definition and Related Resources of Convey

Meaning of Convey

To transport , carry , take from one place to another; to lead or conduct the channel or medium, transmit ; be the medium of, conduct and transmit (sounds and other sensuous impressions). To pass or transmit title to property , to transfer property.

Convey Alternative Definition

The use of the word “convey” is equivalent to a grant at common law, and passes the title, importing a transfer of title from one person to another. 153 111. 510.

Synonyms of Convey

(Communicate), verb

  • acquaint
  • advise
  • affirm
  • announce
  • annunciate
  • apprise
  • articulate
  • assert
  • aver
  • avow
  • bare
  • become known
  • broadcast
  • comment
  • confide
  • contact
  • declare
  • describe
  • detail
  • direct the attention to
  • disclose
  • disseminate
  • divulgate
  • divulge
  • educate
  • elucidate
  • enlighten
  • evince
  • explain
  • expose
  • express
  • get across
  • get in touch
  • give an account
  • give notice
  • impart
  • indicate
  • inform
  • instruct
  • keep posted
  • make acquainted
  • make aware
  • make known
  • make public
  • manifest
  • mention
  • narrate
  • notify
  • pass on
  • point out
  • post
  • proclaim
  • promulgate
  • pronounce
  • publish
  • recite
  • recount
  • relate
  • remark
  • render an account
  • report
  • represent
  • reveal
  • share
  • signify
  • speak
  • specify
  • state
  • suggest
  • teach
  • transmit
  • uncover
  • vent

(Transfer), verb

  • abalienate
  • alienate
  • assign
  • award
  • bequeath
  • carry
  • cede
  • consign
  • contribute
  • deed
  • deliver
  • deliver over
  • demise
  • devolve
  • dispense
  • donate
  • endow
  • enfeoff
  • give
  • grant
  • hand down
  • hand out
  • impart
  • lease
  • pass
  • pass down
  • pass title
  • present
  • relinquish
  • shift
  • transfer title
  • transmit
  • transport
  • transpose Associated Concepts: lawfully convey
  • quitclaim and convey

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Related Legal Terms

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Mentioned in these terms

Alienate, Assure, Bare Trustee, Bargain And Sale, Communicate, Communication, Constructive Trust, Covenant Of Seisin, Drain, Executory Interest, , Grant, Imperfect Title, Innuendo, Instruct, Joint Tenancy, Livery Of Seisin, Mittimus, Quit Claim, Report, Request, Signal, Transfer, Transport.


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Concept of Convey in the context of Real Property

A short definition of Convey: To transfer title to property. See also: Conveyance.

Concept of Convey in the context of Real Property

A short definition of Convey: To transfer title to property. See also: Conveyance.



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