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2018 West Virginia Code
CHAPTER 36. ESTATES AND PROPERTY.
ARTICLE 3. FORM AND EFFECT OF DEEDS AND CONTRACTS.
- §36-3-1. Seal not necessary in conveyances of land.
- §36-3-2. Covenant on unsealed conveyances or contracts.
- §36-3-3. Other effects of seal.
- §36-3-4. Distinctions between various kinds of deeds abolished.
- §36-3-5. Form of deed.
- §36-3-5a. Easement and right-of-way; description of property; exception for certain public utility facilities and mineral leases.
- §36-3-6. Necessity of consideration in deed of real property.
- §36-3-7. Effect of words of release in a deed.
- §36-3-8. Form of lease.
- §36-3-9. Form of deed by sheriff or special commissioner.
- §36-3-10. Deeds to include buildings, privileges and appurtenances.
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