Real Estate Glossary

Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment

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Richard Wilson
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More commonly referred to nowadays as warranty of possession, a covenant of quiet enjoyment provides a warranty by the landlord that they have the legal ability to convey the possession of the premises to the tenant. The landlord, therefore, does not warrant that they own the land.

More commonly referred to nowadays as warranty of possession, a covenant of quiet enjoyment provides a warranty by the landlord that they have the legal ability to convey the possession of the premises to the tenant. The landlord, therefore, does not warrant that they own the land.

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