explain Habendum cs professional Drafting short notes
Ans.) Habendum is the part of the deed which follows next to the “Premises” and usually begins with the words “to have and to hold…….” or an expression as “to the use of the purchaser” etc. Habendum has two parts:- firstly to name against the grantee and secondly to limit the estate to be taken by the granted. The property named in the parcels passes by the deed and the habendum limits the estate therein. Normally, the interest of the grantee is an estate intended to pass by a deed is determined in accordance with words used in the „habendum?.