- the transfer of property from one person to another.
- the instrument or document by which this is effected.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conveyancenon·con·vey·ance, nounpre·con·vey·ance, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for conveyance
The order states passengers must wear masks “while boarding, disembarking, and traveling on any conveyance into or within the United States,” as well as “at any transportation hub that provides transportation within the United States.”Transportation agencies wrestle with new federal mask mandate|Luz Lazo, Lori Aratani, Justin George|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
One of them hurled an explosive at the royal conveyance, but succeeded only in injuring the occupants of a following automobile.
There was fraud in the inducement, fraud in the conveyance, and fraud in the ratings process.
It is more usual, however, to set forth the transaction in a single writing or conveyance.
On the other hand by proper evidence it can be shown that an absolute conveyance was intended to be only a mortgage.
It was not until about 1644 that a weekly conveyance of letters, by post, was established throughout that kingdom.
From White Lodge she was told she had better take a private conveyance to her destination.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
One of the most important sections relates to the conveyance of real estate.
British Dictionary definitions for conveyance
- a transfer of the legal title to property
- the document effecting such a transfer