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English definition of “bad title”

bad title

noun [C or U]
 
 
PROPERTY a title (= the legal right to own a property, or a document stating this) that is not clear and that may prevent the owner from selling the property: Causes of bad title may include unpaid taxes, an incorrect survey, or a forged document.
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