2017 Maryland Code
Real Property
Title 2 - Rules of Construction
§ 2-101. "Grant" or "bargain and sell" construed to pass whole interest

The word "grant", the phrase "bargain and sell", in a deed, or any other words purporting to transfer the whole estate of the grantor, passes to the grantee the whole interest and estate of the grantor in the land mentioned in the deed unless a limitation or reservation shows, by implication or otherwise, a different intent.

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